"Vanzara has stated in his resignation letter that Gujarat government led by Narendra Modi used the policemen and latter disowned them to gain political advantage," said Congress chief spokesperson Ajay Maken.
"Vanzara has clearly stated in his resignation letter that whenever there was a crisis in the government they were always with the government. Whenever government faced any kind of crisis for survival, they were always with the government," Maken added.   

Describing the nine-page letter of Vanjara as ‘shocking materials’, he said ‘today 32 police officers are in jail, out of whom six are IPS officers.’ Demanding resignation of Gujrat government, Maken said, “Narendra Modi does not have any right to continue in the office. CBI should conduct a full inquiry on the basis of the letter. This is a serious issue and Gujarat government does not have right to stay even for a minute."
Quoting Vanzara's letter, Maken said "he (Vanzara) has raised question why policemen are in the jail. The policy makers should also be in jail, which means Modi and Amit Shah should also be in jail."


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