New Delhi, June 25: Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) -- the investigative agency seems to have become a weapon which is accused of being used by ruling Congress party against opposition party leaders. Now, Narendra Modi finally broke his silence and warned the agency officials saying political scenario in the country would be changed soon after Lok Sabha election which is expected to be held in 2014.
Snubbing all threats posed by CBI officials, the Gujarat Chief
Minister said, "I challenge the Congress government in Delhi. Do
not threaten us by misusing the CBI."
"Someday you will have to pay the price of using the agency against innocent people. I warn CBI officers who are misleading the people and implicating officers and leaders in false cases. I am not scared of the CBI," said Modi while addressing a crowd in Gandhinagar on Monday, June 24.
Providing suggestion to Congress President Sonia Gandhi and Vice President Rahul Gandhi, Modi claimed, "Instead of misusing the CBI to put Modi and his ministers in jail, spend that much energy on relief work in Uttarakhand."
Calling CBI as "Congress Bureau of Investigation", Modi said, "The nation has lost faith in the CBI. The Congress government in Delhi should not attempt to terrorise us with the CBI."
The CM's statement surfaced following the controversy over CBI's open war against Gujarat CID in connection with Sohrabuddin Sheikh and Ishrat Jahan fake encounter cases. [Details of CBI-CID war]