“Prime Minister Narendra Modi went to Pakistan breaking all the rules and met an international criminal. They should release the photo and video as to who else was present in the room. BJP should first clarify its relationship with Dawood,” Azam said.
The Parliamentary Affairs Minister said the saffron party has already accepted it will not win the upcoming UP Assembly polls.
Samajwadi Party leader Azam Khan had alleged that PM Narendra Modi met Dawood Ibrahim at Pakistan Prime Minister’s house in Lahore on December 25.
While BJP attacked Khan, even a Congress spokesperson attached no importance to it saying it cannot be believed.
BJP’s Sudhanshu Mittal asked Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav to “immediately” dismiss the minister.
The petitioner’s counsel Ashok Pandey said the notice was issued to Khan last year in the matter, but no one appeared on his behalf and no reply was filed within the time stipulated by the court.
Khan asked the saffron outfits as to why they have not disclosed the details of the donations collected in the name of Ram Mandir.
Elections are not far away. There will be efforts to instigate riots.
This came a day after Acharya stoked controversy saying Indian Muslims are free to go anywhere, including Pakistan and Bangladesh.
Amar Singh was present when the SP supremo cut the cake at a grand function organised at Athletics Stadium, Saifai late last evening.
Khan condemned the terrorist attacks in Paris but simultaneously raked up the issue of action by the US and Russia in Arab countries, saying “killing of innocents” anywhere is “not justified”.
The SP leader asked the prime minister to bring the ring, which he claimed is “preserved in Britain’s museum”, and show it to “those BJP activists who have been launching anti-Tipu Sultan stir.”
Invoking ancient saints, the UP minister appealed to the Prime Minister to work towards lessening the fear among the minorities.
A Congress leader from Rampur has written to the PMO seeking protection from Azam Khan.
Azam Khan also demanded that the Centre should take steps to divert the attention of the younger generation towards constructive activities