Senior Bharatiya Janata Celebration (BJP) chief and Rajya Sabha MP Sushil Kumar Modi on Sunday slammed Congress MP Digvijay Singh for evaluating Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) with the Well-liked Entrance of India (PFI) organisation and stated that he ought to be “ashamed” for doing so.
“Digvijaya Singh has at all times supported those that are terrorists, who had been the supporters of the terrorists of Batla Home. Right this moment, his situation is such that he has not been in a position to come to the facility in Madhya Pradesh even after 20 years. He’s evaluating it with RSS whose patriotism is unquestionable,” Sushil Modi informed ANI whereas reacting to Singh’s controversial comparability of RSS with PFI on Saturday.
Senior Congress chief Digvijaya Singh whereas denouncing the violence perpetrated by the Well-liked Entrance of India (PFI) in Kerala, dissed the RSS and VHP as effectively, calling them “ek hello thali ke chatte batte.” “Motion ought to be taken in opposition to all those that unfold hatred and violence. Why motion isn’t being taken in opposition to RSS & Vishva Hindu Parishad? They (PFI-RSS) are ‘Ek hello thaali ke chatte-batte’,” he stated on Saturday.
Senior BJP chief Sushil Kumar Modi additional stated, “PFI organizations which had been plotting to assassinate Prime Minister Narendra Modi had been conspiring to create pressure throughout the gathering.” He alleged that Singh’s assertion helps such organisations whose financial institution accounts have been discovered with greater than Rs 100 crore and who assert to make India a ‘Muslim nation by 2047’.
“Digvijaya Singh ought to be ashamed. He’s supporting an organisation which is being opposed even by the federal government ruling in Tamil Nadu and Kerala, i.e, Communist Celebration of India-Marxist (CPI-M),” the Rajya Sabha MP stated. Through the PFI ‘harthal’ (protest) in Kerala, as many as 171 individuals had been arrested and 368 others had been detained in reference to a number of incidents of violence throughout the state. As per the experiences, 71 Kerala State Street Transport Company (KSRTC) buses had been broken and 12 officers had been injured throughout varied incidents. Most buses had been broken in stone pelting.