Film director Mahesh Bhatt has said that he doesn’t trust BJP prime ministerial nominee Narendra Modi and he does not want him to be the prime minister of the country.
“I don’t want to see Narendra Modi as PM, he does not deserve to be the prime minister,” he said.
Appealing to voters to shun communal forces in Lok Sabha polls, Bhatt said Modi should be defeated as he was a ‘communal’ leader.
“My son had talked to Richard Headley accused in Mumbai blasts. Though he was not named by any agency, in Gujarat his film was not allowed to be screened. A person who had such type of thinking should not be allowed to win,” Bhatt said.
“Its our duty to defeat communal forces. Our country is secular and it our duty to maintain this character,” he said, adding that Modi’s Congress free India could not be accepted.
Bhatt said he would not vote for the Gujarat chief minister until his doubts about him were cleared.