‘Mann Ki Baat’: Brutality in the name of belief won’t be sactioned, says PM Modi over Dera violence


PM Narendra Modi on Sunday condemned the violence carried out by supporters of so-called godman Gurmeet Ram Rahim. He stated, mayhem in the name of belief won’t be bear. He affirmed that the blameworthy would not be released.

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Modi stated in his Mann Ki Baat, every individual will have to bend over ahead of the law.

He affirmed the Constitution gives chance for redressal of all type of complaints.

“When the country is in the mode of commemorating festivals, violence related news from any area of country becomes a issue of worry,” Modi stated.

“India is a state of Lord Buddha and Mahatma Gandhi. It is a country of Sardar Patel, who dedicated his life for the harmony,” he affirmed.

He affirmed, non-violence has been the base of India for era.

“I had affirmed it from the Red Fort (in Independence Day speech) that in the name of belief, brutality will not be bear. If the faith is spiritual, political or in favour of a individual or a tradition, no one has the right to take the law into his own hands in the name of trust,” the prime minister announced

“I desire to promise the country that no country, no government can bear anybody taking law into their hands, if it is an individual or a group. Everyone will have to bend over ahead of the law. It will decide accountability and the guilty will be penalized,” he stated.

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Supporters of Ram Rahim went on the run riot in Panchkula and various parts of Haryana on Friday following a CBI court arrested him of sexual case.