Congress chief Shashi Tharoor got here out in help of get together colleague Jairam Ramesh on Friday, saying “demonising” Prime Minister Narendra Modi was “wrong” and the PM needs to be praised for doing the fitting issues. This comes after Congress chief Abhishek Manu Singhvi additionally supported Ramesh.
Tharoor stated praising the prime minister for doing the fitting issues would lend credibility to the Opposition’s criticism of him.
“Always said demonising Modi wrong. No only is he PM of nation, a one way opposition actually helps him. Acts are always good, bad & indifferent – they must be judged issue wise and nt person wise. Certainly, Ujjawala scheme is only one amongst other good deeds (sic),” Singhvi had tweeted.
Shashi Tharoor additionally joined him.
“As you know, I have argued for six years now that Narendra Modi should be praised whenever he says or does the right thing, which would add credibility to our criticisms whenever he errs. I welcome others in opposition coming around to a view for which I was excoriated at the time,” Tharoor stated.
Asked on the Congress briefing concerning the get together leaders’ feedback that PM Modi needs to be praised for doing the fitting issues, get together spokesperson Manish Tewari skirted the query, saying it needs to be requested to those leaders.
“As the comments made by various people, whom you have referred to, are concerned, they are in the best position to clarify or amplify or retract or subtract their remarks,” Tewari stated.
“As far as the Congress party is concerned, we believe that there is a serious economic crisis in the country. The crisis is impacting the employment situation and we are extremely concerned and worried about it,” Tewari advised reporters.
News company PTI had reported that at a e-book launch on Wednesday, former Union Minister Jairam Ramesh had stated PM Modi’s governance mannequin was “not a complete negative story” and added that not recognising his work and “demonising” him on a regular basis was not going to assist.
“Also, if you are going to demonise him all the time, you are not going to be able to confront him,” warned the previous Union minister. He clarified that he was not asking anybody to applaud the prime minister however solely needed the political class to “recognise the traits he has brought to governance”.
“It is time we recognise Modi’s work and what he did between 2014 and 2019 due to which he was voted back to power by over 30 per cent of the electorate,” Ramesh had stated.