Kavita Krishnan accuses PM Modi of stalking daughters

Kavita Krishnan accuses PM Modi of stalking daughters

Secretary of the All India Progressive Women's Association (AIPWA), Kavita Krishnan left Narendra Modi's supporters red faced and sparked a Twitter war by accusing the Prime Minster of stalking daughters.

During his radio programme 'Mann Ki Baat', Modi had appealed people to share a selfie with their daughters and tag it as #SelfieWithDaughter to celebrate girl child.

Following PM Modi's appeal to share selfie with daughters, Kavita Krishnan, the communist feminist activist posted on her Twitter handle:




Her post irked Modi's followers and they started trolling her on Twitter. Some of the tweets are as follows:








In 2013, two investigative news portals had jointly released audiotapes of conversations between Amit Shah and IPS officer G L Singhal, accusing Narendra Modi’s aide of misusing the official machinery to order surveillance of a young woman at the behest of “saheb” in 2009.

Named “The Stalkers,” a short film of around 50 minutes was played in a press conference held at the Press Club. The story was an outcome of efforts put in by Cobrapost’s Anirudh Bahal and Gulail.com’s Ashish Khetan and Raja Chowdhury.

However, as per a news agency, the woman’s father had issued a statement stating that he had orally requested Modi, who was his family friend, to “take care” of his daughter as she had gone to Ahmedabad to attend to her ailing mother.

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