Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday sought to corner the Congress on its showpiece poll promise of “Nyay”, and sought to know who would do justice for the victims of 1984 anti-Sikh riots, violence against Dalits, and the Bhopal gas tragedy under its regime.
The Prime Minister addressing a poll rally, a day after the campaign by Congress president Rahul Gandhi here, alleged the Congress and dishonesty were best friends but sometimes “by mistake”, they end up speaking the truth.
“Now they are saying ‘Ab Hoga Nyay’ (justice will be done now) even if they did not intend, they have admitted that all they have done is ‘Anyay’ or injustice for 60 long years,” (during the Congress rule), he said.
“I want to ask the Congress party who will do Nyay to the victims of 1984 Sikh riots ? …who will do Nyay to all the victims of anti Dalit (violence), who will do Nyay to the government of great M G Ramachandran ji, which was dismissed by the Congress just because one family did not like those leaders,” PM Modi said in Theni, Tamil Nadu.
“…who will do Nyay to the victims of the Bhopal gas tragedy, among the worst environmental disaster in India.”
The Prime Minister pointed out that such infamous incidents occurred during the Congress rule. (PTI)