Prime Minister Narendra Modi has condemned the growing terror on the name of Gao Seva, In Rajkot he said “Killing on the name of Gao Bhakti, will not be acceptable and this is not something which Mahatma Gandhi would have approved”.
Whatever he said was no one can oppose to it, however, Rahul Gandhi got a good chance to take a dig at him. Often, we have seen the Congress vice-president trolling the PM for his statements.
He tweeted “it is very late to talk about this issue because already, many cases of violence have been reported”. After his this tweet he received multiple support on social media.
Here’s what he tweeted;
Too little too late. Words mean nothing when actions out do them pic.twitter.com/TQHagHAc4C
— Rahul Gandhi (@RahulGandhi) June 29, 2017
The tweet read, “Too little too late. Words mean nothing when actions out do them”
It’s the fact that till date, many cases of lynching have been reported; it’s very late to speak about this. Further, he also added that words have no meaning when actions outdo them.
Twitterati jump in to support RaGa this time:
— Gulshan Mahendra (@Gulshan_INC) June 29, 2017
अगर पहले ही कुछ कदम उठा लेते तो आज जुनैद जैसे लोग हमारे बीच होते और भीड़ हत्यारी न बनती ।
— Ravish Kumar NDTV™ (@NDTVRavish) June 29, 2017
Right, The world now knows that he is not a man of his words.
— Harshad Sharma (@SherESharma) June 29, 2017
The damage is irrevocable, loss is so big that mere hollow words simply won't be enough.
— NG (@NG_ARC) June 29, 2017
Narendra Modi must resign
— Vinay Kumar Dokania (@VinayDokania) June 29, 2017
According to IOI, people supporting RaGa are right; its too late to speak against Gao Rakshaks. According to recent report published in IndiaSpent , violence related to cow has been grown since 2014. The damage has already been done and now, these words will hardly make any difference.