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NEW DELHI: Congress lashed out at BJP for claiming Prime Minister Narendra Modi appeared before the Gujarat riotsSIT without any protest, saying he did his best to stall the process and even launched a campaign against the governor and the Congress party who had nothing to do with his summons. The attack came in response to the ruling BJP repeatedly castigating the opposition party for protesting the ED’s questioning of Gandhi family members, by drawing a parallel with then Gujarat chief minister’s questioning by the SIT. Congress plans to hold protests on Tuesday when party chief Sonia Gandhi is scheduled to visit the ED office again.
“BJP and its proxies are attempting to mislead the people of India by claiming that Modi as CM had appeared before the SIT without making a hue and cry. The fact is that Modi had responded as strongly as he could in Gujarat, but the senior BJP leadership had chosen to distance itself from him and refused to support him nationwide as he wanted. Former PM Atal Bihari Vajpayee’s publicly-voiced concerns in 2002 over the CM’s abject failure to observe Rajdharma played an important role in Modi’s isolation at the time. His minions today are making a virtue out of necessity,” AICC spokesman and MP Shaktisinh Gohil said.
Gohil said Modi’s reaction was acerbic as BJP wrote slogans and took out processions across the state criticising the Congress, the UPA government and then Governor of Gujarat. “It is incorrect to claim that Modi fully cooperated with the SIT,” he said, adding that petitions were also filed in courts for quashing of summons.

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