Dadri lynching, Ghulam Ali controversy unfortunate, says Modi


New Delhi, Oct 14: Amidst mounting opposition’s pressure, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday broke his silence on Dadri lynching case and Pakistani ghazal maestro Ghulam Ali controversy. He termed both the incidents as unfortunate.

Modi is reported in a newspaper interview as saying that his government is in no way responsible for these incidents.

The opposition parties attacked the NDA government at Centre after Mohammad Akhlaq was lynched by a mob in Dadri over rumours of cow slaughter and his son was grievously injured. In another incident, Ghulam Ali’s concert in Mumbai was cancelled after BJP’s ally Shiv Sena threatened to disrupt it.


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