Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is totally disappointed with the incidents of vandalism in different parts of the country and finally spoke to Rajnath Singh to look into the matter. The close source to the minister reveals that he is extremely disappointed with the incidents of vandalism.
The Home Minister Rajnath Singh said that the matter if vandalism has been reported from the country and has been taken a note on them.
“The MHA has asked the states that they must take all the necessary measures to prevent such incidents.”
“Honorable Prime Minister has also spoken to the Home Minister in this regard,” the advisory said.
The pulling down of Lenin’s statue in Tripura and destruction of Periyar’s statue in Tamil Nadu has strongly affected PM Modi on Wednesday, he commends these incidents in action, saying serious action will be taken against the people who will found guilty.
The MHA statement that is issued on Wednesday read –
“Incidents of the toppling of statues have been reported from certain parts of the country. MHA has taken serious notes of such incidents of vandalism. PM also spoke to HM in this regard and has expressed his strong disapproval of such incidents.”
Rajnath Singh called up Tripura Governor Tathagata Roy and DGP A K Shukla and asked them to check peace and violence until the new government is formed in the state.