Modi demands PM's apology over 'saffron terror' remarks

UPDATED ON AUG 29, 2010 10:19 PM IST
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Gujarat chief and BJP's firebrand leader Narendra Modi on Saturday sought an apology from the Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on 'saffron terror' remarks made by Home Minister P Chidambaram. Modi also threatened to launch a state-wide campaign against Chidambaram's remarks. Chidambaram, while addressing a conference of the top police brass in New Delhi on Wednesday, had asked them to remain vigilant about the uncovered phenomenon of saffron terrorism that has been blamed in several recent bomb blasts.

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