Modi In London: Don’t Politicise Rape. In K’taka: Politicise Rape

On politicising rapes, where does PM Modi really stand?

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18 April 2018.
PM Narendra Modi in London: “When a young girl is raped, it is a painful incident. I have never engaged in comparing the number of rape incidents under this government or that government. There can be nothing worse that that. Rape is rape.”

3 May 2018.
PM Narendra Modi in Karnataka: “Brothers and sisters, the atrocities against Dalits in Karnataka is not hidden from anyone. In neighbouring Bidar, a Dalit girl was raped. The details are still available on social media. I ask those from the Congress who take out candlelight vigils in Delhi – when a Dalit girl is raped in Bidar, where did your candlelight get lost? Where were your leaders then?”

On politicising rapes, where does PM Narendra Modi really stand?
On politicising rapes, where does PM Modi really stand?
On politicising rapes, where does PM Modi really stand?
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