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Modi asks state govts to come down hard on cow vigilantes

17 Juillet 2017

Law and order is a state subject. There is a widespread feeling that cow is like a mother but this should not let people take law in their own hands. But throughout his speech he put his focus on the "Cow Vigilantes" who are fraudulent and spread communal violence to achieve political favors, and thereby, the country is left at a loss of any benefit that it could rather have achieved, and the by product is 'A farcical Development'.

"All political parties should collectively denounce hooliganism in the name of cow protection". Earlier in June, in Ahmedabad at Sabarmati Ashram, the PM had said that killing in the name of "gau raksha" is unacceptable.

Modi, it may be noted, has been mostly silent when it comes to speaking out against cow vigilantes, possibly because a lot of them are right-wing Hindus - a sizeable voter bank for the BJP. PM Modi's remarks come in the wake of the rising criticism by opposition parties related to the recent cases of cow vigilantism. "Those engaged in disturbing the harmony in the country are trying to take advantage of the situation", Modi said at an all-party meeting ahead of Parliament's monsoon session that begins on Monday.

Modi's comments at an all party meeting came at a time when investigating agencies were probing graft allegations against leaders of the Trinamool Congress and RJD.

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