New Delhi: The CPI-M on Saturday strongly condemned the serial blasts in Ahmedabad, saying there was a "conspiracy" to destabilise the country and fuel communal disturbances.
"Coming so soon after the blasts in Jaipur and Bangalore, it is clear that there is a conspiracy to destabilise the country and create communal disharmony," the party Politburo said here.
Expressing sympathies with those affected by the serial explosions, the party said it was "unfortunate that despite a series of such attacks, the government and the intelligence agencies are unable to crack down on those responsible for these heinous crimes."
BLASTS ROCK AHMEDABAD: CPI-M said the blasts were a "conspiracy" to destabilise the country and fuel communal disturbances.
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“It is a very sad incident. All agencies should come together to avert these tragedies.”
He added, “We'll work together with Mr Narendra Modi and there will be no party politics on this issue.”
“Blasts took place in both Hindu and Muslim areas. We need to maintain calm,” he said.
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