Rahul Gandhi helped Pak to get US support: Modi

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Narendra Modi
Ahmedabad, Dec 19: In the wake of WikiLeaks release, Congress General Secretary Rahul Gandhi has become the target of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and Shiv Sena. Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi has slammed Rahul Gandhi saying that his remarks over Hindu terrorism have created a wrong impression on India, which made United States to support Pakistan despite of its terror acts.

Narendra Modi, on Saturday, Dec 18, said that WikiLeaks release had exposed the reason why US supports Pakistan despite the fact that the whole world considers it a terror state. He accused that Congress leaders gave inspiration to US to support Pakistan.

"I always used to wonder why America takes a stand favouring Pakistan despite the fact that the whole world considers it a terror state. It is clear now who gives the US the information and the inspiration to support Pakistan."

Gujarat CM also said Rahul's remarks that Hindu radical groups posed a greater threat to India than Muslim militants has benefitted Pakistan.

"There is nothing more harmful to India than this. It has played to Pakistan's benefit."

The latest release by whistle-blower WikiLeaks exposed that Rahul Gandhi told the American ambassador, India has been facing terror threat from radical Hindu groups than the Lashkar-e-Taiba.

Rahul told to US ambassador Timothy Roemer in 2009 about the increasing tension over the "growth of radicalised Hindu groups which create religious tensions and political confrontations with the Muslim community".

After the controversial release, Rahul Gandhi said that all terrorism including 'saffron' is a threat to India. But, his clarification has not yet satisfied BJP and Shiv Sena, who continued to attack him.

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