Shashi Tharoor on PM Modi: Senior Congress leader Shashi Tharoor addressed the Prime Minister Narendra Modi Comparing him with former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee, he has been taunted. Shashi Tharoor has said that PM Modi sometimes shows some signs of Atal Bihari Vajpayee by saying the right things, but does not convert his words into actions. He also said that by implementing what Modi has said publicly, he can serve the country better.
PM Modi doesn’t implement his inner Vajpayee: Tharoor
“Sometimes in his speeches, he seems to be guiding his inner Vajpayee by saying all the right things, but he doesn’t seem to be able to do anything,” Tharoor said in a discussion on the sidelines of the launch of Vajpayee’s biography, written by journalist Sagarika Ghosh. Do not implement them. This is the real difference.” He recalled Modi’s visit to Kashmir, where he (Modi) talked about promoting tourism and appealed to the youth to shun the path of terrorism.
When PM reaches Parliament, entire ruling party starts shouting: Sinha
Tharoor said, “If he starts implementing some of the things he has publicly said, then he can serve the country better.” Yashwant Sinha, a minister in the Vajpayee government, called Vajpayee a consensus builder. Told those who used to get upset due to the disruption in Parliament. “Vajpayee was a consensus builder. He believed that democracy should be run by consensus and not on numbers.
Talking about today’s Parliament, I personally think that when the Prime Minister reaches the Parliament, the entire ruling party starts shouting, which is the most squid scene ever in the Lok Sabha, he said. I never imagined that such a thing would happen in Parliament.” Sinha had quit the BJP in 2018 and is now the Vice President of Trinamool Congress.
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