Nitin Gadkari attack Centre over Hindu Migrant issue
b BJP president Nitin Gadkari on Sunday attacked the Centre over its “failure” to protect the interest of Hindus in Pakistan, and announced to form a five-member committee to raise it at international forums.
Gadkari was in Jodhpur on Sunday as chief guest of the concluding ceremony of ‘Swadeshi Mela’ at Polo Ground here.
He assured that if voted to power, his party will delegate the power of citizenship back to the district collectors so that the issue of citizenship does not stick up in the administrative wrangles and can be expedited at the district level.
Attacking the central government, he said that “Hindu minority in Pakistan is at receiving ends and our government has failed to protect them.”
“This reluctance and behaviuor of the government is quite disappointing and unjustified,” he told.
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