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Modi talks tough on communalism

By The Assam Tribune
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NEW DELHI, Feb 27 � Prime Minister Narendra Modi today broke his silence in Parliament to denounce communalism and to assert that his government stood for prospering of all religions, reports PTI.

In a spirited reply to the debate on the Motion of Thanks to the President�s address in Lok Sabha, combining aggression against the Congress with appeals to the Opposition, he declared that as Prime Minister, it was his �responsibility� not to allow �anaap shanap (ridiculous) comments on religion or discrimination on religious basis.

Against the backdrop of criticism that he maintained silence over statements made by fringe elements, Modi said he has thousand means to �shut their mouths� but he cannot be expected to waste time by making comments on all these statements.

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Modi talks tough on communalism

NEW DELHI, Feb 27 � Prime Minister Narendra Modi today broke his silence in Parliament to denounce communalism and to assert that his government stood for prospering of all religions, reports PTI.

In a spirited reply to the debate on the Motion of Thanks to the President�s address in Lok Sabha, combining aggression against the Congress with appeals to the Opposition, he declared that as Prime Minister, it was his �responsibility� not to allow �anaap shanap (ridiculous) comments on religion or discrimination on religious basis.

Against the backdrop of criticism that he maintained silence over statements made by fringe elements, Modi said he has thousand means to �shut their mouths� but he cannot be expected to waste time by making comments on all these statements.