Nagpur, Feb 8: Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi in a controversial statement said that the 26/11 Mumbai terror attack could not have taken place without internal help. He was speaking at the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) national executive conclave in Nagpur.
He also made a scathing attack on the Gandhi-Nehru family and specially on Rahul Gandhi for dynastic branding of politics. "Ek parivar ke ateet ko age badane ke liye jo shadayantra chal raha hai usse Hindustan ke bhavishya ko khatra hai (Conspiracy to promote one family's past is posing danger for the future of the country)," Modi said without directly naming the Gandhi-Nehru family but the indication was obvious.
Modi said, "only one family ruined everything." He also criticised Manmohan Singh as an 'invisible' Prime Minister. Advocating strongly for L K Advani as the next Prime Minister, he said that what India need is a 'strong leader like the BJP's Prime Ministerial candidate and not 'like Manmohan Singh whose presence is not felt' despite he occupying the top post.
Earlier on Saturday, Feb 7 BJP leaders have promised to built Ram temple in Ayodhya if came to power. It is clear that BJP is desperately playing the Hindutva card again to gain an edge in the coming Lok Sabha polls which is scheduled to happen in May this year.
OneIndia News (With inputs from Agencies)