Amit Shah's Shocking Revelation: How Congress Tried to Frame Modi
Union Home Minister Amit Shah has revealed that he faced pressure from the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) to falsely implicate then Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi in an encounter case during the Congress government's tenure. Amit Shah's disclosure came after Prime Minister Modi dismissed the Opposition's growing allegations of central agency misuse.
During a media event, Amit Shah responded to the Opposition's accusations that the Narendra Modi government was misusing central agencies to target them. He stated, "The CBI was putting pressure on me to frame Modi ji (when he was Gujarat CM) in an alleged fake encounter case during the Congress government." Shah also added that the BJP never created a disturbance despite this.
The Home Minister was also asked about Congress leader Rahul Gandhi's conviction in a criminal defamation case by a Surat court. In response, he highlighted that Rahul Gandhi was not the only politician to be convicted by a court and lose membership of the legislature. Instead of appealing to a higher court, Rahul Gandhi has been creating a ruckus and blaming Prime Minister Narendra Modi for his fate, Amit Shah noted.
Amit Shah advised Rahul Gandhi to take his case to a higher court rather than attempting to blame Prime Minister Narendra Modi.