Shatrughan Sinha Lashes Out At Sushil Modi Over Expulsion Remark

Shatrughan Sinha Lashes Out At Sushil Modi Over Expulsion Remark

NEW DELHI: Political leader Shatrughan Sinha attacked leader Wednesday Bihar BJP Sushil Kumar Modi and advised him to self-assess before seeking his expulsion from the party.

“As for what did he (Modi) ask for my expulsion?” Sinha said in a series of tweets.

“Before he lies, he must look at himself and his personality and performance reduction,” said M. Sinha in an apparent attack on Mr. Modi without naming him.

M. Sinha said that it was the right time and “to learn to learn a lesson” or a lesson for the command of our party.

Sinha’s remarks came two days after the two leaders of the Bharatiya Janata Party have been on Twitter, while the tweissait actor in favor of RJD chief Lalu Prasad and Delhi Minister Arvind Kejriwal.

M. Sinha had called for the end of the “mud and negative politics” after Kejriwal and Lalu Prasad were attacked on corruption charges in different cases.

The former chief minister of Bihar Sushil Modi, responding to the updates of Mr. Sinha demanded that the “enemies of the party” (Sinha) should be “eliminated” as soon as possible.

Criticizing Mr Modi for using non-parliamentary language, Sinha said: “I am overwhelmed by the messages of political leaders, colleagues, collaborators and friends who are surprised by the non-parliamentary and unworthy of our colleague blast defenseless policy and greater Bihar. ”

M. Sinha also said that there could be little justification for lowering to such a level that the call of names to a respected political party and superior party violated all decorum.
Lingir Mr. Modi said Mr. Sinha: “The frustration, despair and loss of face in political defeat can not justify such statements – which seems to be a deeper complex.”

M. Sinha, who represents riding Patha Sahib in Bihar, said: “It is not even the case of a straw in the black kettle … since I am not a kettle!”

“He has to understand that many people within the party and outside enjoyed my worries, my patience, my principles and my dignity and most have criticized not only for his statements,

“But it also has a bad name for our party and its leaders to be totally responsible for the disastrous outcome of Bihar,” said M. Sinha, emphasizing the party debacle in the Bihar Assembly elections in 2015.

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