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Mumbai blasts: Maharashtra govt warns Modi

July 17, 2006 19:23 IST

Maharashtra Deputy Chief Minister R R Patil on Monday hinted that action would be taken if Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi made any 'objectionable' statements during his address at an anti-terrorism rally in Mumbai.

"He (Modi) should not make any objectionable statements. If he does, the law will take its course," Patil, who also holds the home portfolio, informed the state assembly after the issue of the July 11 train blasts was raised in the House.

"You (opposition) have succeeded in making a political capital of the blasts once. You will not be allowed to succeed a second time," Patil said, adding, "Those behind the blasts would be brought to justice."

Police would also crack down on those spreading rumours related to blasts and seeking to create law and order problems using technologies like SMS, he said.

"The state government would examine the statements of all political leaders in connection with recent incidents, including the blasts, and action would be taken against those found guilty," Patil said.



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Number of User Comments: 10




Sub: RR Patil is impotent

RR Patil, instead of warning Modi take some action against terrorist who are planting the bomb right under your nose. If you can not take ...


Posted by Dilip Gawade





Sub: Concentrate on Security

Mr.Patil Instead of spending time in threatening Mr.Modi why can't you concentrate on the tightening of security measures. Thanks Suresh


Posted by Murki Suresh





Sub: CM Modi

Why single out Mr Modi, when large number of lives are destroyed in blasts by terrorists. I don't know why Govt is afraid of minorities. ...


Posted by Chandru Khatri





Sub: freedom of speech

Oh my human right activists. Where is freedom of speech. People were allowed to say lot of things against Gujarat Riots. People have said lot ...


Posted by sriram





Sub: View

E patil, why don't you use your great brain in capturing the perpetrators of this crime and the others that result in it (which includes ...


Posted by Kaushik Das




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