New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday spoke about a series of amicable issues in his monthly radio residence though chose to equivocate any anxiety to the political charge that has been generated by Lalit Modi emanate for that Congress warned him that a emanate will continue to “haunt” him.
CPI and AAP also pounded Modi for remaining wordless on a controversy.
In his ‘Mann Ki Baat’ programme on radio, Modi refrained from vocalization on politics or a new controversies surrounding Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje and
External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj over a Lalit Modi emanate that some buliding were expecting.
“Sometimes, some people feel that we should make large supervision announcements in ‘Mann Ki Baat’ programme. No. For that, we work day and night. With you, we do ‘light-hearted talk
and we get pleasure from that only,” Modi said.
Among several topics, he talked about a lady child, voicing regard over a exhausting sex ratio in 100 districts of a country, with a conditions being some-more critical in
Haryana. He pitched for a mass debate to save a lady child.
During a 20-minute programme, he also spoke about a recently-launched 3 amicable confidence schemes and 3 developmental schemes, including ‘housing for all’ by 2022, as
good as a Yoga Day distinguished on Jun 21. He also emphasised on a need for saving H2O and planting trees to safety a environment.
Speaking shortly after a ‘Man ki Baat’ programme was aired, Congress personality Ghulam Nabi Azad voiced beating over a “failure” of a Prime Minister to pronounce on Lalit Modi controversy.
His other comparison celebration colleagues P Chidambaram and Digvijay Singh as also CPI’s D Raja and AAP personality Ashish Khetan.
“All over India, no one is prepared to listen to ‘Mann Ki Baat….Everyone wants to listen to voice of people in a programme,” pronounced Azad, Leader of Opposition in Rajya Sabha.
Taking a puncture during Modi, Azad pronounced he continued to be a “dream merchant” in a programme as he has been merely offered dreams in India and abroad.
“It is in a seductiveness of a Prime Minister to take evident movement opposite those concerned in corruption. Otherwise nationally and internationally, it is going to haunt him wherever he goes,” he told reporters.