Strict Action Will Be Taken Against Cow Vigilante Groups, Says PM Modi

Brunilde Fioravanti
Luglio 17, 2017

Prime minister Modi told all parties that the race which has been started to score political benefit after painting the cow protection with the communal colour will not do anything good for the country and it is not benefitted for our country.

"All political parties should condemn strongly this goondaism in the name of cow protection". There is a widespread feeling that cow is like a mother but this should not let people take law in their own hands.

On the issue of Kashmir and tensions with China, Kumar said the government had a meeting with opposition leaders and every party has said they were with the government on matters of national security. After Modi came to power in 2014, many states in the country enacted harsher laws against cow slaughter. Also, the Parliament session saw a great deal of dignity given to all the members and no such chaos was said to have occurred that day, which is again on a plus scenario for a better sophistication that is getting established in Indian Politics, quite gradually. "Like the monsoon brings hope, this session also brings same spirit of hope", Modi said before casting his vote.

He added: "This is affecting the image of the country as well".

"When the law takes its course against those who loot the nation, then we have to unite against those who seek an escape route by dubbing such an action as a political conspiracy", the Prime Minister tweeted. PM Modi's remarks come in the wake of the rising criticism by opposition parties related to the recent cases of cow vigilantism.

Kumar said that Parliament will commemorate the 75th anniversary of the Quit India and added that the prime minister has sought healthy discussion over the historical significance of the event.

Communal violence over cow protection must be curbed sternly: Modi
Strict action against those violating law in name of cow protection: PM Modi at all-party meet

Modi also thanked everyone for the implementation of the GST, calling it a "shining example of co-operative federalism".

Modi also asked the opposition to support the government in conducting business in both the Houses "without disruption".

The Prime Minister comment comes in the wake of reports of lynching from across the nation.

The all-party meet was held at Parliament House. Among Opposition leaders who attended the meeting were Ghulam Nabi Azad (Congress), Sharad Pawar (NCP), Sitaram Yechury (CPI-M), Mulayam Singh Yadav (SP), Farooq Abdullah (NC) and D Raja (CPI).

The All-India Trinamool Congress, which had earlier said it would boycott this meeting amid differences with the BJP over the recent violence in West Bengal, stayed away.

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