First Time Ever Twitter Is Supporting Rahul’s View On Modi’s Gaurakshak Statement
Yesterday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that killing people in the name of protecting the cow was “unacceptable” and went against the ideals of Mahatma Gandhi. Modi’s remarks came a day after protests under the tagline ‘Not In My Name’ happened in various cities, with participants condemning the incidents of lynching in the name of cow protection, a week after Junaid Khan, a 15-year-old, was stabbed on a train in Haryana. But Rahul Gandhi wasn’t ready to let the government go so easily.
But Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi criticised the prime minister for taking a delayed stand against cow vigilantism. “Too little, too late. Words mean nothing when actions outdo them,” Gandhi said on Twitter.
And Twitter, for the first time ever, supported him.
अगर पहले ही कुछ कदम उठा लेते तो आज जुनैद जैसे लोग हमारे बीच होते और भीड़ हत्यारी न बनती ।
— Ravish Kumar NDTV™ (@NDTVRavish) June 29, 2017
videshi gaand khajuane se fursat mile toh desh mein akar tweet pelna
— সৌম্য (@Bunga_Bunga_69) June 29, 2017
Modi ji honeymoon mana ke kab laute kuch pata hai
— jaeq (@jawaid_47262) June 29, 2017
U think it's instant noodle U could have shown the speed when U'er in power all we said is that to respect Hindu culture
— Shishir Gamang (@shishirgamang) June 29, 2017
सही बात है देश मे गाय नाम पर एक व्यक्ति विशेष के समाज के लोगो की हत्या की जा रही है,जहा भाजपा सरकार है वही हो रही है।हमे पूछने का हक है।
— Gautam Sisaudia (@gautamsisaudia) June 29, 2017
But killing people saying when a big tree falls earth will shake is not merely acceptabke but welcomed wuth applause 👏🏾
— Cheenu (@ksmkkbookscom) June 30, 2017
Unacceptable?whoz this inspirg lynchMob "Mera Khaleja CheekCheek k pukar raha hai,Aur aap kayse chup ho,kyu sehrahaiho Mai samaj nahi pata" pic.twitter.com/zIpoDOJcTe
— Archan Gowda (@archansr) June 29, 2017
Narendra Modi must resign
— Vinay Kumar Dokania (@vinaydokania) June 29, 2017
The damage is irrevocable, loss is so big that mere hollow words simply won't be enough.
— NG #withRG (@NG_withINC) June 29, 2017
Right, The world now knows that he is not a man of his words.
— Harshad Sharma (@SherESharma) June 29, 2017
— Gulshan Mahendra (@Gulshan_INC) June 29, 2017
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