Muslims Not Unsafe Under Modi, Yogi: Shia Cleric Kalbe Jawad

The minorities are now safer. The Muslims are safest under Narendra Modi government at the Centre and Yogi Adityanath government in Uttar Pradesh, if believed to Shia cleric Kalbe Jawad.

Talking to the media people late Tuesday in Kanpur the cleric added law and order in the state has improved if we oversee some incidents of cow vigilantism and love jihad.

Speaking on the sidelines of an event he mentioned no communal riot has been reported in past eight months in UP after the formation of Yogi’s government, but during the tenure of Akhilesh Yadav, there were about 600 such incidences, either big or small.

Jawad further said the previous Akhilesh government was the most dishonest and corrupt in the state.

He accused the former government of wasting more than Rs 20,000 crore of public money by building his pet project of cycle tracks.

Talking about the Gujarat election he said the result will reveal things further.

Meanwhile, voting in north and central Gujarat is underway with lower turnout in the morning. It’s the second and final phase of assembly polls in the state for 93 seats and 2.22 crore voters.

In 2012 the voting percentage in the central and northern Gujarat was 72.64 percent. The prominent candidates are state deputy chief minister Nitin Patel from Mehsana, Jignesh Mevani from Vadgam and Alpesh Thakor from Radhanpur.

The polling percentage in the first phase for Saurashtra and South Gujarat for 89 seats dropped down despite intensive campaigning by PM Narendra Modi and Congress President Rahul Gandhi.

There are 61 constituencies in central Gujarat and 32 seats in north Gujarat.

In another update, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said his government has initiated 87 important reforms across 21 sectors.

Addressing to the industrialists at AGM of Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry he said, “This government has brought in significant reforms across various sectors including defence, construction, financial services and food processing.”

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