No one can scare me: Narendra Modi

Last Updated: Friday, July 30, 2010 - 20:54

Bhavnagar: In the backdrop of CBI`s reported
move to quizz him in Sohrabuddin Sheikh fake encounter killing
case, Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi today said he
cannot be frightened and would fight against "falsehood" 100

"The war between nationalists and anti-nationalist demons
has started in Gujarat. But remember this is Gujarat where
anti-nationalists forces will be defeated", Modi said
addressing a rally in Palitana town of this district.

"If you think that you can frighten me, you should open
your ears and listen, Modi will bow down to truth and will
fight 100 times against falsehood," Modi said in stepped-up
offensive at a Van Mohatsav function.

"I want to tell Delhi Sultanat (central government),
Gujarat is inheritor of legacy of Mahatma Gandhi and Sardar
Vallabhbhai Patel who provided leadership to win our freedom.
Gujarat will win in this war of nationalism and
anti-nationalism", he said.

"This country never takes the side of those who stand
besides terrorists, those fighting for rights of `demons`,
anti-nationals and those related with underworld activities,"
Modi said.

Shah, former minister of state for Home, has been
arrested by CBI for his alleged role in Sohrabuddin Sheikh
fake encounter case and the agency is reportedly planning to
question Modi too.

"For the last eight years, there has been peace and
development in the state. They are trying to destabilise the
progress of Gujarat," Modi claimed.

"They are jealous of progress of Gujarat and so they are
not trying to derail the progress of the state", he said.

Addressing a rally in Ahmedabad, Modi yesterday had said
Congress has already accepted defeat in the forthcoming local
body polls and will have to field CBI officers as their


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First Published: Friday, July 30, 2010 - 20:54

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