New Delhi: Union Minister VK Singh has said that government can't be blamed for incidents like killing of two Dalit children in Faridabad.
Singh, however, stoked a new controversy when he drew an analogy with the stoning of a dog.
"Don't connect the government with it. It was a feud between two families, the matter in under inquiry. If someone throws stones at a dog, the government is not responsible," he said.
The children – one two-and-a-half year old Vaibhav and the other 11-month-old Divya - had died after their house was allegedly set on fire, by a mob in Sunped village near Faridabad on Monday.
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