Bharatiya Kisan Union (BKU) pioneer Rakesh Tikait on Thursday attacked Prime Minister Narendra Modi over the break in last’s security in Punjab, depicting it as a ‘trick to gather public compassion.’
“We are hearing since yesterday, that he (PM Modi) said that he made it back alive. Consequently, this resembles a trick. On the off chance that he made due, why he went there in any case? This is only a modest method for gathering public compassion,” Tikait, the BKU representative said, as per news office ANI.
The rancher chief, one of the significant essences of the ‘suspended’ tumult against the three focal homestead laws, was alluding to a comment supposedly made by PM Modi to authorities at Bathinda air terminal, when he requested that they thank their main priest (Punjab CM Charanjit Singh Channi) that he (Modi) had the option to ‘return alive.’
“Focal government says there was a security slip by, while the Punjab government says that the Prime Minister didn’t go there on the grounds that seats in his convention were unfilled. Both are simply attempting to guard themselves. The Prime Minister ought not have gone there,” Tikait further said, discussing the conflict of words that has broken out between the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)- drove Center and the Congress-drove state government, just as the two gatherings, over the pass.
On Wednesday, in his first visit to survey bound Punjab since the cancelation of the homestead laws, Prime Minister Modi was booked to send off different activities and address a public convention in Ferozepur. The program was, in any case, dropped after the break occurred, for which the Union home service has looked for a nitty gritty report from the Punjab government.
The Charanjit Singh Channi government has shaped a 2-part panel to investigate what turned out badly. A public interest litigation (PIL) over the ‘genuine and intentional pass’ has been documented in the Supreme Court too, which the peak court will take up on Friday.