"Our very popular Chief Minister Narendra bhai is being attacked. These attacks have increased after he was chosen election campaign committee chief."
Singh made this comments while addressing a national committee meeting of BJP's Information Technology (IT) cell in New Delhi.
He asked party workers to make use of the social media to reach out to people to tell the truth.
Singh said these were attempts made by the opponents to "malign" Modi.
Vanzara in his letter said that officers like him were made to suffer in jail even after being "loyal" to the government and blamed Modi for not helping these cops.
Taking a dig at Modi, he said, "I have been silent as I adore Modi like a god, but my god could not rise to the occasion under evil influence of Amit Shah."
The Congress on Tuesday demanded resignation of Modi after the publication of the footage of a sting operation in a CD by a freelance journalist who purportedly captured senior BJP leaders discussing ways to shield former Gujarat home minister and Modi's closest aide Amit Shah in the Tulsiram Prajapati encounter case.
The party upped their ante against Modi after Vanzara sent his letter to the Home Ministry in Gujarat and the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI).
Pertinently, Modi is unofficially touted as the Prime Ministerial candidate of BJP.
--IBNS (Posted on 06-09-2013)