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Amit Shah attacks Manmohan Singh; questions his silence on 'monumental loot'

14 December 2017

In his meetings in Gujarat, Modi did not talk much about the claimed development of the state and the achievements of his party in office, but only about how bad others, including past governments at the Centre and in the state, were.

Modi's comments had attracted strident criticism from Opposition leaders, including Dr Singh who had accused the Prime Minister of spreading "falsehoods and canards" and for "setting a risky precedent by his insatiable desire to tarnish every constitutional office".

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"I am astonished. I had gone for dinner and I heard him saying that Pakistan is hatching a conspiracy", Kasuri, who served as Pakistan's Foreign Minister between November 2002 and November 2007, told Urdu language Samaa TV news channel.

"I am deeply pained and anguished by the falsehood and canards being spread to score political points in a lost cause by none less than Prime Minister, Sh". He also said that the Pakistani leaders a few days back had expressed that Congress leader and personal advisor to Sonia Gandhi, Ahmed Patel will be the Chief Minister of Gujarat.

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On Sunday, during an election rally in Gujarat Modi alleged the Congress and Pakistan were hatching a conspiracy to ensure the BJP loses the Gujarat assembly elections. We just want to ask him whether he was so angry when monumental loot and plunder was happening under his watch?

The ex-PM advised the current PM to show the "maturity and gravitas expected of his office".

Singh rejected the "innuendos and falsehoods" made by Modi, stressing he did not discuss Gujarat elections with anyone else at the dinner hosted by Congress leader Mani Shankar Aiyar and attended by Singh.

When he conjures up this "anti-national alliance" and uses it in the election campaign, he is being unfair to the country's main opposition party, his predecessor in office and many others who have impeccable records of service to the country.

BJP president Shah replied with an attack on Singh.

Amit Shah attacks Manmohan Singh; questions his silence on 'monumental loot'