“Condemns attacks on Munich, enjoys attacks on dalits” Social media users on PM Modi


Prime Minister Narendra Modi on yesterday condemned the “horrific” attack in Munich and said his prayers are with the families of the deceased.

“We are appalled by the horrific incident in Munich. Our thoughts & prayers are with the families of the deceased & those injured,” he said in a tweet.

Nine persons were killed and 21 injured when a gunman went on a shooting rampage in a mall in Munich in Germany.

German police on Saturday said they had no evidence the lone gunman, who killed nine people in Munich had any links to the Islamic State group. The local cops described the attack as “a classic act by a deranged person.”

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Modi’s quick condemnation of brutality on civilians on a foreign soil has not gone down well with his criticis, who’ve been demanding the prime minister to speak on issues of bigger importance faced by Indians.
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Several parts of India including Jammu and Kashmir and Gujarat have been on the boil because of unrest and public flogging of Dalits respectively.

In Kashmir, nearly 77 people have died in clashes between civilians and security forces.

Here are how Facebook users have reacted to Modi’s condemnation of Munich attack.

Eric Coelho: Looks like to international attacks he condemns very fast, how come when it came to Dalit attack he asked his Home minister to make a statement. Looks like he can’t handle his position well as PM of India. We need to have 2 PM now in India – One PM of India to travel which modi can do and another PM to rule India.

Stanley Vss: The PM has ample time to condemn for terrorist attacks that happens across the world but not enough time to talk about the terrorist attacks by the Gau Rakshaks towards fellow citizens

Pakkiresh GK: Wow he is not PM of India.. How fast u response on other country’s attacks… What abt Dalits in ur own Gujarat model mera pyare pradhan sevak

Gregory Farnandes: Oh my god what a PM he condemns the attack of other country but don’t have the time to condemn the attacks happening on the people of his own country what a shame….

Ranjan Raj : No condemn and action taken in india…..no tweet Mr. Twitter pm on serious issue in india he can tweet outside India …..

Shri Krishna Kayithi: not a word on violence against dalits in his own country

Anu Thakur : he can only condemn on what is going outside india not on whats goin in india … ?? what is the difference between former pm and him ??? before elections pretended to be something else but indeed he is same …

Shaheryar Ahmed : Good chance to visit Germany now..

On Twitter

KB: You are right waha 10 log mare to phat se condemn kiya aur apne kashmir me 47 log mar chuke to abhi tak nai bola.

Sanjay K Sahoo: Condemns attacks on Munich, enjoys attacks on dalits. Is it or is it?

Amar Shukla : What about the violence within the country

Manvendra Singh Rana : Wish Modi was equally aware of attrocities on Dalits in BJP ruled states as well …