Modi suffering from maunibaba syndrome like Manmohan: TMC
The Opposition Trinamool Congress (TMC) on Friday took a dig at Prime Minister Narendra Modi, claiming he was suffering from the “silence syndrome” that had hit his predecessor Manmohan Singh and was facing the problem of “two power centres”, one of them being in Nagpur.
Resuming discussion on the Motion of Thanks to the President for his address, Sultan Ahmed (TMC) appealed to the Prime Minister to take everyone, including the minorities and the Dalits, along, reminding Modi that the nationalism propagated by Subhash Chandra Bose was “inclusive”.
Ahmed, whose speech saw occasional protests from the treasury benches, said the Prime MInister had come to power raising a lot of expectations, but his government has been afflicted with “policy paralysis” within two years, noting that the charge used to be levelled by BJP against the Manmohan Singh regime.
He said it was strange that Modi did not speak a single word on the unprecedented violence and arson in Haryana in the wake of the Jat stir inspite of the fact that the troubled state was just 30 km away from the national capital.