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BJP seeks to bury cases against Modi

In a statement the senior leader of opposition in Rajya Sabha further said that it is the time to end the propaganda against Modi as the ‘falsehoods’ about the Godhra train fire and the allegation over the orders to let Hindus vent their anger have been ‘exposed and rejected’.

‘I dismissed the findings of the Justice UC Banerjee Committee report because I found it scandalous,’ Jailtley said in a press statement.

While rubbishing Modi’s claim in an interview where he reportedly described the riots as the reaction to an action, he said, ‘The interview, in which Modi was alleged to have made the provocative comments was never conducted. He maintained that he had not given any such interview. No reporter from the newspaper had ever met him for the interview. Then the Gujarat Government wrote to the newspaper claiming that no such interview had been given since nobody from the newspaper had ever met the Chief Minister.’

The Leader of Opposition in the Rajya Sabha said, ‘The meeting where Narendra Modi is alleged to have asked officials to that the Hindu community must be allowed to exhaust its anger is also false and fabricated to malign his image.’
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