Modi's Object Lesson in Political Grandiosity

Chhaya, Mayank
August 2012
News India Times;08/10/2012, Vol. 43 Issue 32, p3
In this article, the author focuses on a controversial comment made by Indian politician and prospective candidate for India's Prime Minister in 2014 General Elections Narendra Modi in an interview, regarding his involvement in 2002 Gujarat riots. He mentions that Modi's statement of hanging him publicly if found guilty of the riots, represents the mentality of politicians around the world who give such statements to gain benefits in the elections.


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