Shatrughan Sinha expressed gratitude to Prime Minister Narendra Modi for disqualifying Rahul Gandhi
It was entirely sarcastic of Shatrughan Sinha to thank PM Modi for disqualifying Rahul Gandhi.
Shatrughan Sinha, a Trinamool Congress (TMC) leader, has criticized the Indian government for disqualifying Rahul Gandhi from the Lok Sabha. According to Sinha, the government’s action illustrates poor judgment abilities but will provide fuel for the fire for opposition parties.
Sinha expressed gratitude to Prime Minister Modi for the issue, claiming that it will not only safeguard democracy but also help opponents receive extra seats. Opposition parties have united as a result of Rahul Gandhi’s disqualification, he added.
“Well, on the one hand, what they did appears to be a manifestation of Vinash Kale Viprit Buddhi (In tough situations, people are losing their capacity for making sensible choices), but on the other hand, it will have influential political benefits. It has given Rahul Gandhi and the opposition a tool that will both defend democracy and help them win an additional 100 seats,” according to Shatrughan Sinha, who spoke to ANI.
We are grateful and thank our friend, Prime Minister Modi,” he continued.
Sinha applauded Delhi’s Chief Minister Kejriwal for taking a stand on such a serious issue and praised Mamta Banerjee, the most well-known figure and street fighter in India, for doing the same.
In a defamation case brought against him for his remarks about the “Modi surname,” Rahul Gandhi was given a two-year prison sentence on Friday, which resulted in his exclusion from the Lok Sabha.
He remarked at a Lok Sabha election rally in Kolar, Karnataka, in April 2019, when he said, “How come all the thieves have Modi as the common surname?” Gandhi was granted bail on certainty and the sentence was suspended for 30 days to allow him to appeal to higher courts.
The Congress Parliamentary Party office in Parliament will host a meeting on March 27 at 10.30 a.m. for members of the Rajya Sabha and Lok Sabha. The purpose of the meeting was to strengthen their demonstration against the Centre over the Adani issue and Rahul Gandhi’s removal from the Lok Sabha. Congress members will attend Parliament dressed in black as part of the protest.
Manish Tewari, a Congress MP, has also filed an emergency session motion in Lok Sabha to discuss Rahul Gandhi’s disqualification. The Congress Party has called for a Joint Parliamentary Committee investigation into the Adani case and has structured protests during Parliament’s current Budget Session.