13 Oppn leaders have expressed concern about recent community violence and questioned the prime minister’s “silence.”
New Delhi: Leaders of 13 opposition parties on Saturday expressed deep concern about recent incidents of hate speech and community violence in the country and urged people to maintain peace and harmony.
Leaders, including Speaker of Parliament Sonia Gandhi, Prime Minister Sharad Power of NCP, Prime Minister Mamata Banerjee of West Bengal, and counterparts of Tamil Nadu and Jharkhand, MK Stalin and Hemant Soren, also food in the joint statement. He expressed concern about the method of the problem related to. , Clothing, religion, festivals, and language are “used” by the ruling party to polarize society.
“We are shocked by the silence of the Prime Minister, who has failed to oppose the words and actions of those who spread prejudice and those who inspire and provoke our society with their words and actions. , Is an eloquent testimony of the fact that such privately armed mobs enjoy the luxury of official sponsorship, “they said in a joint statement.
Opposition leaders reiterated their collective determination to work together to strengthen the bonds of social harmony that “defined and enriched India for centuries,” “we are us. We reiterate our commitment to fight and confront the toxic ideologies that are trying to establish divisions in our society. “
“We appeal to all sections of the people to undermine the sinister purpose of those who want to maintain peace and sharpen the polarization of the community. We call all party units across the country peace. We call on them to work independently and jointly to maintain harmony with them, “they said in a joint appeal.
During Ram Navami on April 10, parts of the country reported cases of joint violence.
https://www.siasat.com/13-oppn-leaders-express-concern-over-recent-communal-violence-question-pms-silence-2310028/ 13 Oppn leaders have expressed concern about recent community violence and questioned the prime minister’s “silence.”