Hate politics: Modi accuses Mani Shankar of offering ‘Supari’ in Pakistan


(Web desk)- In bid to win the much-awaited Gujrat polls, India’s Modi has once again resorted to hate rhetoric as he blamed Congress leader Mani Shankar of offering ‘Supari’ (contract killing) in Pakistan to get him removed.

Modi was addressing a public gathering.

“In that meeting, he is seen discussing with Pakistanis that (until Modi is not removed from the way), relationship between India and Pakistan cannot improve,” Modi was quoted as saying by news18.

“Someone tell me what is the meeting of  raste se hatana . You had gone to Pakistan to give my  supari , you wanted to give Modi s  supari  (contract killing),” the hate PM said.

As per Modi, the conversation took place three years ago when Shankar was in Pakistan. Modi accused congress of suppressing the episode.

It is pertinent to mention that Rahul Gnadhi has suspended the membership of Shankar after latter tagged Modi as “neech kism ka aadmi” [a person with no moral values].

Epidemic of violence against oppressed castes and Muslims by lynch mobs has increased to alarming level ever since Modi’s rise to power. Recently, a Muslim man was burnt to death by a Hindu lunatic merely on suspicions of love jihad.



Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here