- Udit Raj made serious allegations against PM Modi
- Udit Raj clarified after the statement
For some time, the matter of lack of security of PM Narendra Modi during his visit to Punjab has been heating up. While the Center is attacking the opposition parties regarding this, the opposition is also engaged in allegations and counter allegations. In this episode, Dr. Udit Raj, National President of Unorganized Workers and Employees Congress, who has always given controversial statements, has targeted Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
He attacked PM Modi fiercely in 2-3 tweets. He wrote in his first tweet – neither did the protesters reach Modi ji, no one abused, neither bricks and stones, nor bullets, nor sticks and sticks were used, how was their life in danger. Not even a bullet can pierce his car. Great drama car ….. After this he wrote making a scathing allegation – Under the guise of PM Modi’s security gimmick, the shop of hypocrites and worship started running.
In another tweet, he wrote – PM Modi’s gimmick has now confirmed that for the hunger of power, the Pulwama incident itself was done. Till now Hindus were in danger, now Modi ji is there. Udit said- When BJP leaders can make baseless allegations like “bloody intent” on the Congress party without any evidence, then why can’t the Prime Minister be questioned on the Pulwama incident?
However, Udit Raj later clarified his statement, saying that – while the prime minister can only pretend about the “security breach” to gain sympathy in the UP and Uttarakhand elections – that never happened, it was the “Pulwama incident”. “Might be behind.”
Significantly, on January 5, PM Modi’s rally was to be held in Ferozepur, Punjab. Prime Minister Narendra Modi landed in Bathinda. The PM was to go by helicopter to the National Martyrs Memorial in Hussainiwala. The Prime Minister waited 20 minutes because of the bad weather. In view of the bad weather, it was considered to go to Hussainiwala by road. About 30 km before the National Martyrs Memorial, some protesters had blocked the road.
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