Prakash Ambedkar criticises PM Modi over 'Indian Muslim intruders' comment

Modi made the statement in the campaign rallywhich was held in Rajasthan's Banswara area on Sunday

Prakash Ambedkar criticises PM Modi over 'Indian Muslim intruders' comment

Prime Minister Narendra Modi, while addressing a gathering in Rajasthan, referred to the Muslim community as intruders. He is being criticised from all over the country for this. Vanchit Bahujan Aghadi president Prakash Ambedkar also criticised him. He targeted Congress as well for taking a peaceful stance.

"Indian Muslims are not intruders (infiltrators). They are equal citizens of our diverse, plural and secular country. We are all citizens", said Prakash Ambedkar.

“RSS-BJP is trying to disenfranchise the Muslims of India through discriminatory policies. Congress has kept silent. A prime example is CAA-NRC”, he also criticised.

What did Prime Minister Narendra Modi say?

Modi's campaign rally was held in Rajasthan's Banswara area on Sunday. This time he targeted the Congress. "Earlier when they (Congress) were in government, they said that Muslims have the first right over the country's wealth. This means that who will collect and share this wealth? Those who have more children will get it, intruders will get it. Will your earnings be given to intruders? Do you agree with this?” He asked this question to the people present.

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“The Congress manifesto itself says that they will take account of the gold of women in the country and then distribute that wealth. Manmohan Singh government had said that Muslims have the first right over the wealth of the country", Modi added. 

Jitendra Awhad too criticised

“The speech delivered by the Prime Minister of the country was certainly not befitting the post. In his speech, he used the word "Ghuspetiya" while pointing fingers at the Muslim community. Which statement was never made by Congress. They pushed it in the name of Congress and said that the wealth of the nation was going to be distributed to the Muslims. They don't know what joy or pleasure they get while doing all this."

“When there is nothing to say; So if the Prime Minister's aim is to spread Hindu-Muslim hatred without talking about his work, then it is unfortunate for this country. Even after saying all this, I don't think that the Election Commission will wake up. But, the elections in the country are now going to be fought on only one issue of hatred. Because, in view of the changed situation during the elections and the shifting sand under their feet, they have no other option but to spread hatred", criticised Jitendra Awad.

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