NEW DELHI: Former Union Information and Broadcasting Minister Manish Tewari slammed few members of the Congress party for "taking swipes at the Dr Manmohan Singh led UPA Government" rather than fight the BJP. "BJP was out of power for 10 yrs 2004-14. Not once did they ever blame Vajpayee or his govt for their then predicaments. In @INCIndia, unfortunately, some ill-informed's would rather take swipes at Dr Manmohan Singh-led UPA govt than fight NDA/BJP," tweeted Tewari. The Congress MP further went on to say that in times of unity, the members are creating a divide. "When unity (is) required they divide," the tweet read further. This comes on the back of the ongoing political crisis in Rajasthan triggered by simmering
JAIPUR: Rajasthan chief minister Ashok Gehlot on Wednesday termed the Centre's decision to probe three Nehru-Gandhi family linked trusts, including the Rajiv Gandhi Foundation, as a “clear case of political vendetta”. "The decision by MHA to probe three Gandhi family trusts related to INC is clearly a case of political vendetta. NDA Govt can't digest INC raising the issue of the need for transparency in the PM Cares Fund. The action against the three trusts is a direct result of this," he said in a tweet. The decision by MHA to probe three Gandhi family trusts related to INC is clearly a case of political vendetta.NDA… https://t.co/3L5smBW8yr— Ashok Gehlot (@ashokgehlot51) 1594200781000"It is yet another tactic to try to silence the
NEW DELHI: After the BJP targeted former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on the Chinese incursions during the UPA government, senior Congress leader P. Chidambaram on Tuesday hit back at the BJP national President J.P. Nadda, saying there were incursions during 2010-13 but no Indian territory was occupied and no Indian soldier's life was lost. Chidambaram dared Nadda to question Prime Minister Narendra Modi on 2,264 incursions since 2014. "BJP President J.P. Nadda asked ex-Prime Minister Dr Manmohan Singh to explain the 600 Chinese incursions into India between 2010 and 2013. Yes, there were incursions but no Indian territory was occupied by China and no lives of Indian soldiers were lost in violent clashes," Chidambaram said in a series of tweets.
NEW DELHI: The Congress hit back at the BJP on Monday for its attack on former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and asked the saffron party not to compromise on national security and the country's territorial integrity, saying it would be the "biggest disservice" to the armed forces. Congress leader Rahul Gandhi said Singh has given an important advice and hoped that Prime Minister Narendra Modi would adhere to it politely as it was given in the country's interest. "Dear Sh Nadda and the BJP, Stop compromising on 'national security' and India's 'territorial integrity'. "This would be the biggest disservice to our Armed Forces and our 20 martyrs. Don't buckle down, have the strength to 'rise to the occasion'. We'll give
NEW DELHI: After former Prime Minister Dr Manmohan Singh targetted the Centre over India-China border tension asserting that "disinformation was no substitute for either diplomacy or decisive leadership", Congress leader Rahul Gandhi said that he hopes Prime Minister Narendra Modi will follow Singh's advice for the country's betterment. Taking To Twitter, Gandhi scion shared statement of Dr Singh and wrote: "Important advice by former Prime Minister Dr Manmohan Singh. For the betterment of India, I hope the Prime Minister will follow his advice humbly." Ex-PM Manmohan Singh on Monday urged all Indians to "stand together as a nation and be united" in response to China "brazenly and illegally seeking to claim parts of Indian territory." This is a moment where