PM Modi says won’t tolerate violence in name of ‘gau raksha’

When a mob lynched DySP Mohd. Ayub Pandit outside a mosque, why PM Modi did not ‘urge’ J&K Govt to take strong and immediate action against criminals ? – Editor, Hindujagruti

New Delhi : Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday urged states to take strict action against those who are indulging in violence the name of cow vigilantism. (From last 3 years, there has been increase on attacks on Hindus in Kerala and West Bengal. Then PM Modi should also ‘urge’ respective state govt to take action against criminals, is the expectation of Hindus ! – Editor, Hindujagruti)

Addressing media after all party meet today, Union Ministers Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi and Anant Kumar said that the PM has assured investigation against those who resort to violence in the name of ‘gau raksha’. Voicing his concern on the spate of incidents of lynching and violence over cows’ protection, PM appealed leaders of various political parties to not give cow vigilantism a political or communal colour and said the nation does not benefit from it. (There are many incidents in which Hindu activists were brutally attacked by these people who are indulging in cattle smuggling and slaughter. Why PM Modi is not talking about it ? – Editor, Hindujagruti)

However, this was not the first time PM has raised the issue of mob lynching. Earlier also, in a tough message against cow vigilantism and mob lynching, he had said that killing people on pretext of protecting cows is not acceptable and had warned that no one has the right to take law into his hands.

Source : Zee News

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