NEW DELHI: A chilling video of motormouth leader from Bharatiya Janta Party urging PM Modi to orchestrate another Godhra-like bloodshed in Pakistan to avenge Pulwama attack goes viral on social media platforms.
“I am requesting the prime minister with folded hands that ‘Mr Prime Minister, the entire country will bow to you if you can cause Godhra-like carnage in Pakistan.’ Terrorism will not end until we burn Rawalpindi and Karachi.”
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No sooner, the video went viral and social media users including journalists began to wonder the Vishwa Hindu Parishad leader’s inadvertently confirmationn on Modi’s role in 2002 Godhra train attack.
Journalist Ravi Nair wrote, “BJP leader Sadhvi Prachi made two things clear: A) Modi govt will do some drama in the north western border of India in the run up to election. B) She said in open who orchestrated Godhra carnage.”
Journalist Rohini Singh wrote, “Such a shrill voice this one has.”
Here are some other reactions to Prachi’s video:
Now this has become clear Who is behind Godhra tragedy ? Who is the Conspirator ? Shame on BJP ! Shame on RSS ! Shame on Modi !
— Kashif Jawaid (@Kashif_Jawaid86) February 18, 2019
It's time for India to rethink the political quality of our nation.
Can India afford such callous and crass representatives in our politics who have almost zero knowledge in everything? No wonder whenever they open their mouth they embarrass the nation, each and every time.
— Rahul Vicky (@RahulVicky) February 18, 2019
Finally, we came to know about the main lead of #Godhra massacre… Thank you madam…
— Puspanjali (@Com_Puspanjali) February 17, 2019
इसमैं कोई शक नही है
— (ताऊजी) की पाठशाला🏛️ (@007_Tau_Ji) February 18, 2019
— Mr.डेफिनैट® (@Definate567) February 17, 2019
The Sabarmati Express was set on fire at Godhra station in 2002 that ignited large scale bloody communal riots across Gujarat resulted in widespread loss of life (1,000 lives).