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Mumbai attacks not possible without internal help
February 08, 2009 22:18 IST
Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi [Images] today alleged that Mumbai terror attacks [Images] could not have been possible without "local support" and accused the government of shying away from taking action due to votebank politics.
"The smallest of person knows that such a big attack is not possible without the local support...I want to know who is stopping them from taking action...this is because of vote bank politics," Modi told BJP's National Council meeting alleging that all policies of UPA are driven by vote-bank politics.
Modi said that soon after the Mumbai terror strikes when the prime minister addressed the Nation he was "dissappointing" as he should have talked of zero tolerance to terror. "That time I came under attack for criticizing the PM, but I still stand by what I said."
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