Speaking on the lynching incidents, one of the issues cited by the opposition to attack the government, Singh said the Centre will provide whatever assistance required but the state governments should take stringent steps to curb such incidents.
"The biggest incident of the mob-lynching happened during 1984," Singh said, referring to the anti-Sikh riot that took place in the aftermath of former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi's assassination in October 1984.
The minister said the government has formed a Special Investigation Team (SIT) and assured that justice would be given to the Sikh community.
"Against whom are you bringing no-confidence? The appeal of the prime minister is such that several people gave up the gas subsidy after he urged them do so.
"They (the opposition) do not trust each other. And when it comes to talking about the leadership, then 'gayi bhains paani mein (they lose their steam)," Singh said.
The minister said the BJP has made a mark in states like Kerela and won Tripura by a two-third margin, which was unthinkable some time ago.
Expressing displeasure for introducing the no-confidence motion despite numbers favouring the NDA, he said the BJP never thought of doing so while it was in opposition from 2004-2014 as it was convinced that Manmohan Singh was safe.
He also took a dig at the Congress saying former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi had ridiculed the BJP for having two MPs in the Lok Sabha in 1984, but "one should not be arrogant as time changes and the same party today has majority in Parliament."
Hitting out at Congress leader Shashi Tharoor's 'Hindu Pakistan' remark, the senior BJP leader said, "Where do they (Congress) want to take the country and what does it want India to become.
"Here, there is talk about Hindu Taliban. India is the only country where minorities are prospering. Do they not want such an India," the Home Minister said.
Singh said the pride of the country has risen due to the steps taken by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and India has climbed the table of being the largest economy from number 9 to number six over the last four years.
Referring to India's membership in the Missile Technology Control Regime club in 2016, Singh even China has not been able to become a member of the elite club.
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