‘Busy with naamdaar’: PM Modi jabs Amarinder Singh for skipping Jallianwala Bagh event

    ‘Busy with naamdaar’: PM Modi jabs Amarinder Singh for skipping Jallianwala Bagh event

    Accusing the Congress of politicising the Jallianwala Bagh Centenary, High Minister Narendra Modi lashed out at Punjab chief minster Captain Amarinder Singh on Sunday for skipping the official event.

    “The Vice President (Venkaiah Naidu) used to be in Jallianwala Bagh for the authorities event. He paid tribute to martyrs however Congress CM used to be no longer there”, he acknowledged, charging that nationalism used to be an insult for the opposition.

    The Punjab chief minister, Modi acknowledged, insulted the Jallianwala Bagh memorial by no longer attending the authorities’s memorial on the day of the centenary.

    “He (Amarinder) boycotted the event. Attain why?Attain why? This means that of he used to be busy in revering Congress household. He had long gone at Jallianwalla Bagh with Congress naamdar. Here is the difference between Rashtrabhakti and Parivaar bhakti,” Modi acknowledged.

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    The highest minister then acknowledged that he had known Amarinder Singh for years and maintain by no plot raised a inquire of on his patriotism. “I will realize the roughly stress which must had been place on him for such ‘parivar bhakti’,” he added.

    Taking solid exception to PM Modi’s feedback, Amarinder Singh accused him of playing “dirty politics”.

    “Scared at your remarks in Kathua on Jallianwala Bagh @narendramodi Ji. You aged a somber event to play dirty politics, with ease ignoring your own authorities’s resolution to protect a parallel event in hassle of extending beef as a lot as my govt, which we’d been requesting for 2 yrs,” Amarinder tweeted.

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    Apr 14, 2019 15: 00 IST

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