“Advani Ji was in Tears and couldn’t stop me from leaving” says Shatrughan Sinha


Shatrughan Sinha lashed at BJP and Narendra Modi

Actor-Politician Shatrughan Sinha who recently joined Congress sparked a debate after he said that the BJP veteran LK Advani was in tears and didn’t stop him from leaving the party. He said, while he was going to a different direction, a better direction, Advani gave him blessings and said It’s Okay, Love You, Shatrughan Sinha said during a chat with NDTV’s Prannoy Roy.

Difference between before and now is the difference between “Lok Shahi” and “Tana Shahi”

The present MP from Patna Sahib had joined BJP at the time of Atal Bihari Vajpayee. He said the difference between before and now is the difference between “Lok Shahi” (Democracy) and “Tana Shahi” (Dictatorship). Current rank holders haven’t treated the senior and veteran leaders with respect citing the example of Atal Bihari Vajpayee and Lal Krishna Advani.

I will never bow down to BJP: Shatrughan Sinha

Mr. Sinha joined Congress after he wasn’t given a ticket to contest election in the ongoing Lok Sabha Election 2019 by BJP. He said he will never bow down to BJP like Advani Ji. He added “if they ask me to sit I won’t just sit down”

Father of actress Sonakshi Sinha launched a string of attacks on PM Narendra Modi and said: “Our Honorable PM is someone who believes in shoot-and-scoot policy”. The actor known for his bold and daring comments supported Mamta Banerjee on her retirement comment on PM. He said PM used to say “I will pick up my Jhola (bag) and go away”. After 23rd May when results will be out, his time to pick up his Jhola (Bag) and going will come.

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Sinha has criticized Narendra Modi even when he was a part of BJP

Mr. Sinha before leaving BJP had a lot of conflict in the ideology. He had a difference of opinion from the present ruling government. The Kalicharan actor was found criticizing government schemes and campaigns, so his departure from the party was expected and obvious.

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