Shimla, May 2 UNI | 3 months ago

Union Home Minister Sushil Kumar Shinde today expressed concern over girls, if BJP's prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi was voted for this office, in the wake of snoopgate scam, that occurred at Gujarat, as the probe was already on against him by the Union Cabinet.

In reply to a query, the Home Minister said that if a Chief Minister of a state was being charged for snooping a girl, the fate of this section could be imagined if he became the Prime Minister one day.

Mr Shinde alleged that the double-faced Chief Minister was after a girl. 'Think what will happen, if he becomes the PM,' he expressed concern.

He said a one man commission has been ordered by the Union Cabinet to look into the allegations, which had procured all records and soon a judge would be appointed to reveal the truth.

The Minister clarified that probe had been ordered into the snoopgate earlier, but for the enforcement of the Model Code of Conduct.

Replying to Mr Modi's attack on Mr Shinde to bring back mafia don Dawood Ibrahim, he said that when there was BJP-Shiv Sena rule in Maharashtra in 90's, it was a Chief Minister of BJP who openly claimed that he would have dragged Dawood back to India from Pakistan, if he got the opportunity to do so. Mr Shinde said during a BJP rally at Sholapur in his (Shinde) Parliamentary segment, Mr Modi became a laughing stock as he advised the people to get order from the Home Minister to make police uniform in bulk, to revive the ailing textile mill of Sholapur.

Mr Modi was a sheer liar, who now claims himself to be a Chaiwala (tea vendor) after 40 years in the political charged milieu, the Minister alleged.

After Sholapur rally, Mr Modi started giving such statements to garner votes by personifying him, he alleged.

Mr Shinde even went to say on that Mr Modi had to pay fine when a cup of tea fell down from his hand in the train, as he used to sell tea in the railway station.

Everyone knows he is now trying to build a web around himself after conceiving such fabricated stories, the Minister added.

Mr Shinde said that Mr Modi was not aware that textile owners are a reputed brand of JK towel and Turkish Chader (badsheet) export their products.

'There are four lakh ailing powerlooms under the Gujarat government of Mr Modi, forcing two lakh people to become idle.'

(Posted on 02-05-2014)