CM Biren demands apology from INC leader
Pothashang News Service: Imphal, April 19, 2018: Manipur chief minister Nongthombam Biren Singh has urged that Congress leader Rahul Gandhi should apologise the entire country for his conspiracy, attempting to defame BJP president Amit Shah and also defame the Indian Judiciary.
Biren made the call following the Supreme Court’s decision on the Judge Loya’s death, which exposed the Congress party and its allies.
The Supreme Court has stated that Justice Loya had a natural death, and there dismissed the PIL stating that the PIL is politically motivated and filed to settle political score. The Supreme Court stated that it was a veiled PIL which has been filed by someone unknown and is complete politically motivated. It is a blatant attempt to defame the judiciary, especially the Supreme Court.
Biren Singh addressing the media persons at BJP Manipur Pradesh office said that Congress deliberately attempted to defame BJP president Amit Shah to finish him politically and the truth in unveiled one again.
The Congress in hunger for power misused lawyers and the lawyers misused public interest litigation, said the chief minister.
In Manipur too the government is defamed by vested interest politicians. He cited that the congress politicians who ruled in the past 15 years denied the missing of 56 pistols during their period from the Manipur Rifles kote. They ask for concrete evidence as if the government gossips on the fact, said Biren.
In connection with the increasing cries against women and children, the chief minister said two women police stations have been opened. The next state assembly is likely to pass a bill to punish the culprits for crime against underage girl child. The punishment would be severe and of capital punishment, Biren added.
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