Prime News, National (New Delhi), August 12:- In the recent past, the Opposition has levelled several allegations against the Narendra Modi-led government and Prime Minister Modi on Saturday spoke on these important issues, that includes NRC, reservation, the crime against women, India-Pakistan relations, among others.
In an exclusive interview with a news agency, Modi spoke on NRC and allayed concerns that no Indian citizen will have to leave the country. He said as per the due process all possible opportunities will be given so that the concerns of the people can be addressed.
Reacting to Mamata Banerjee’s statement on NRC, PM Modi said, “Those who have lost faith in themselves, fear the loss of popular support and lack faith in our institutions can use words like ‘civil war’, bloodbath’ and ‘Desh Ke Tukde Tukde’ Evidently, they are disconnected from the pulse of the nation.”
Speaking on the recent incidents of crime against women and lynching, Modi said, “Even a single incident is one too many and deeply unfortunate. Everyone should rise above politics to ensure peace and unity in our society. My party and I have spoken in clear words, on multiple occasions against such actions and such a mindset. It is all on record.”
The PM responded to the question of caste-based reservation and assured that reservation is here to stay and added that there should be no doubt about it. (MR, Inputs: Agencies).