Congress should apologise for their sins before blaming others: NaMo

Narendra Modi
Ahmedabad, April 16: In an interview with TV9, Narendra Modi was asked that there was demand from the opposition that he apologised for the Gujarat riots, to which Narendra Modi said that Congress should apologise for its sins first, before seeking his apology.

He said,"None from Congress have come to meet me. Nor they have even spoken about an apology. Congress people should first account for their sins before seeking account from others."

On being asked whether he agreed with the statements of Finance Minister P Chidambram and Prime Minister Manmohan Singh that he was threat for the nation, Modi said that he never heard Manmohan Singh speak like this for the last 10 years.

He further added that he has been taking care of Gujarat for the past 10-12 years and that threat could be from anyone in the streets or house. He also discounted the Modi wave saying that there was no Modi wave but a BJP wave as people want a change and that Modi is not above the party. "This is a BJP wave and not Modi wave. Modi is not bigger than the party."

Modi also sounded confident of the party's winning more than 300 seats in the Lok Sabha election this year. He, however, refused to answer questions on senior party leaders LK Advani and Murli Manohar Joshi not getting their choice of seat. He said,"I don't decide seat distribution".

In a separate interview with the ANI, Modi said,"I was not silent on 2002 riots"; however, after a quick reaction, he went on say that this would be Congress's worst defeat in Indian history.

Meanwhile, according to Twitter trails, Congress has alleged that his interview with TV9 was a paid article.

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