Wednesday, 19 March, 2008

Remove Shivraj Patil, demands JDU


B D Narayankar
New Delhi: JDU demanded removal of Union Home Minister Shivraj Patil over the killing of 14 Hindi-speaking workers in Manipur in Parliament here on Wednesday.
Raising the issue during zero hour, JDU member Prabhunath Singh said: “First thing that needs to be done is the removal of home minister.” There had been a series of attacks on Nortth Indian populace in several states including Maharashtra and Manipur.
Using the occasion to embarrass Union Railways Minister Lalu Yadav, BJP’s Shahnawaz Hussain asked why RJD why it was not withdrawing its support to the Congress-led coalition at the Centre in the wake of attacks.
RJD's Devendra Prasad Yadav sought for joint operations to be carried out with the state government to suppress insurgents carrying out the killings in Assam and Manipur.
Parliamentary Affairs Minister P R Dasmunsi assured the house to convey the anguish of the members over the "selective targeting" of North Indians to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and would take strict action against the perpetrators.
Patil said there was a design to create problems in the name of language and region in various parts of the country.
Gurudas Dasgupta (CPI) said the unity of the country would be in peril if the forces of regionalism have their sway. Mohd Salim (CPI-M) echoed similar sentiments.

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