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Prime Minister Narendra Modi has castigate the opposition for indulging in, what he called, the politics of polarisation.In an interview to a Kolkata-based daily newspaper, Mr Modi said that he or his party BJP does not support incidents like the lynching of Mohd. Akhlaq at Dadri in Uttar Pradesh on beef rumours or even the cancellation of proposed musical programme of Pakistani Gazal singer Ghulam Ali.The Prime Minister said, his party or the Centre has had no role in the two unfortunate incidents.He blamed the opposition for trying to use these sad incidents and viewing the minorities as vote banks.Mr Modi also said that he and his party are against what he called pseudo-secularism practised by the opposition.