Rupala Pleads Kshatriyas Not to Blame PM Modi

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Rupala Pleads Kshatriyas Not to Blame PM Modi

| Updated: April 27, 2024 15:37

Union Minister Parshottam Rupala once again publicly apologised to the Kshatriya community and urged them not to direct their anger towards Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

Speaking at the inauguration of a BJP office, Rupala addressed Kshatriya leaders across all states, “A mistake was made by me and I apologised for that in public because it was not intentional. I also apologised in front of the community, but why should this be turned against Modi Saheb? Just remember your contribution to the nation’s development; your role in the growth of the party is also immense.”

Rupala further emphasised and expressed his belief that it was unfair to pit the Kshatriya community against Modi. “Narendra Modi is not only the leader of our country but also a global leader. I urge the Kshatriya community to reconsider their grievances directed towards Modi saheb,” Rupala stated.

The Union Minister also stressed that the current issue touches upon the social fabric of society and implored Kshatriyas not to politicise it. “I urge all leaders here to strive to build a new bridge of understanding with community leaders. This appeal is not driven by-elections. It’s not about winning or losing. This issue is deeply intertwined with our social fabric. I urge the Kshatriya community to keep it apolitical,” Rupala emphasised.

This plea comes two days after the Kshatriya community resumed their protests and called for the defeat of the BJP in the ongoing Lok Sabha elections.

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