NEW DELHI: Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Shatrughan Sinha on Wednesday has launched a scathing attack on Prime Minister Modi for his silence on mob lynching and questions his absence when Parliament Session is underway.
Taking to Twitter, the lawmaker express his freedom of speech, and questioned, “Dear Sir! As usual,while Parliament is in session, you are on a 3 Nation African tour. Heavens wouldn’t have fallen if you’d left after the session. You could have still visited some of the nations left on the globe.Your visit to Rwanda is a first by an Indian PM Congrats!..”
He also took a jibe on PM Modi‘s decision of gifting 200 cows to a Rwanda village saying, “back home, Opposition is in big news over lynching by Cow rakshaks”
“Great & thoughtful initiative that you will gift 200 cows to a village in this event.This will truly further strengthen the warm, close & friendly relationship shared between the two great nations. But Sir! Back home, Opposition is in big news over lynching by Cow rakshaks”.
Sinha also criticised the PM for remaining mum on horrific mob lynchings.
“&killing of innocent people, alleging tht some of our people are hand & glove in these horrific deeds. Still,not a word from you,Sir! You can do it from a foreign land too.Also, humble request to direct us as a privilege motion on Rafale deal against Govt has been moved.Jai Hind!”, he concluded.
28-year-old Rakbar Khan, alias Akbar of Kol village in Haryana’s Nuh district was lynched to death by suspected cow vigilantes in Ramgarh’s Lalavandi forests in Alwar district in Rajasthan.