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Entire Manmohan Singh Government rushed in to rescue the son in law of one family: Shri Modi

When there is a terror attack their spokesperson speaks but in this case entire Government wakes up in the rescue. This happened of the first time: Shri Modi

 

On Saturday 13th October 2012 Shri Narendra Modi took on the Congress party over its repeatedly walking the extra mile to protect Mr. Robert Vadra, the son in law of UPA Chairperson Mrs. Sonia Gandhi. The Chief Minister was speaking at a function at Sanatan Ashram in Dwarka where he was felicitated for creating a separate Dwarka District. He sought blessings of Lord Dwarkadhish on the occasion.

Shri Modi affirmed, “Entire Manmohan Singh government rushed in to rescue the son-in-law of one family. Entire Delhi Government thought it was a big attack and was so scared like the Government was in danger. It could be treated as some issue related to a single person of single family.”

He added, “When there’s a terrorist attack, their spokesperson only speaks, but when there was on attack on the son-in-law of one family, entire Government wakes up in rescue, which has happened for the first time. Yesterday their one MPs created ruckus with a gun in his hand, but no one from Congress came to his help, but when son-in-law was attacked, entire Congress rushed in!”

 

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The Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi has condoled the demise of Dr Kenneth David Kaunda, former President of Zambia. 

In a tweet the Prime Minister said :

"Saddened to hear of the demise of Dr. Kenneth David Kaunda, a respected world leader and statesman. My deepest condolences to his family and the people of Zambia."