Facebook
Twitter
Google+
LinkedIn
Pinterest
+
Shoot Me And Not Dalits, Says PM Modi In Hyderabad
Prime Minister Narendra Modi while addressing BJP workers meeting in Hyderabad on Sunday urged the people to ‘protect and respect the poor and Dalit people of the country. (Image: ANI/Twitter)

Prime Minister Narendra Modi while addressing BJP workers meeting in Hyderabad on Sunday urged the people to ‘protect and respect the poor and Dalit people of the country.

“There are few incidents that are very shameful. It is our duty to protect and respect the poor & Dalit people of our country,” he said while calling on the people to ‘protect our nation from such anti-social elements’ and
‘expose such people’.

“If you want to attack, attack me and not Dalits. If you want to shoot, shoot me and not Dalits,” he said while asserting that ‘Shanti, Ekta and Sadbhavana’ are vital for the development in the country.

Thanking all the parties for the passage of the historic GST Bill, the Prime Minister said that, “Finally GST bill got passed in both the houses. Want to thank all pol parties who helped the government pass this bill.”

“This is a revolutionary step forward towards ‘One Nation, One Tax’, will help boost economy,” he added.

Talking about the ‘saffron revolution’, Modi said that, “I say, there must be ‘saffron revolution’ in the country. Saffron is colour of ‘energy’. There must be an ‘energy’ revolution.”

“Second, there must be ‘white revolution’ in country. Cattle are out assets, must give impetus to dairy production,” he added.