When it comes to hypocrisy, it’s hard to beat these Gujarati politicians.Â
These scumbag Gujarati politicians are such hypocrites that they can’t protect the lives and property of minority Muslims in their state but they want the Government of India to take prompt action to help the Gujarati Non-Resident Indians in Kenya. Many of these Gujarati NRIs in Kenya are most likely not even Indian citizens.
Of course, India should provide whatever assistance it can to the poor Gujaratis of Indian origin caught in the crossfire of violence in Kenya.
Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi has written two letters to the Central Government of India asking for assistance for the Gujaratis caught in the post-election violence that has enveloped the African nation of Kenya.
But what was this blackguard Narendra Modi doing when massive communal violence broke out between Hindus and Muslims in February 2002 that caused the death of over a thousand people, the majority of them Muslims? If you really want to know what Modi was doing when Muslims were being slaughtered in his state, read the Tehelka expose.
In his second letter to Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, Narendra Modi wrote on Wednesday:
The Central Government should issue emergency visas to people who wants to temporarily return to India and make all arrangements for their safe home coming.
But surely all communities in India deserve the same kind of protection.
Meanwhile, Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh said that the government was closely monitoring the situation in Kenya regarding the problems faced by the Gujarati community and had already been in touch with the Kenyan authorities and the Indian community in Kenya.
Responding to Narendra Modi’s letter, Manmohan Singh said the External Affairs Ministry has been asked to take immediate action.
A spokesperson of India’s Ministry of External AffairsÂ said thereÂ were no reports of any person of Indian origin being subjected to any violence or being physically harmed.