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BJP MP Shatrughan Sinha attacks PM Modi for his absence from Parliament, questions his silence on lynching and Rafale deal


Incidents of mob lynching and controversy over Rafale deal has become one of the top questions for PM Modi to answer, and now BJP MP Shatrughan Sinha has raised his voice and asked PM Modi why he left the country as winter session was going on. Shatrughan Sinha took to his Twitter account to express his freedom of speech, and asked PM some questions, “Dear Sir! As usual,while   Parliament is in session, you are on a 3 Nation African tour. Heavens wouldn’t have fallen if you’d left after the session. You could have still visited some of the nations left on the globe.Your visit to Rwanda is a first by an Indian PM Congrats!”, he wrote.

“Great & thoughtful initiative that you will gift 200 cows to a village in this event.This will truly further strengthen the warm, close & friendly relationship shared between the two great nations. But Sir! Back home, Opposition is in big news over lynching by Cow rakshaks”.

“&killing of innocent people, alleging tht some of our people are hand & glove in these horrific deeds. Still,not a word from you,Sir! You can do it from a foreign land too.Also, humble request to direct us as a privilege motion on Rafale deal against Govt has been moved.Jai Hind!”, he concluded.

Shatrughan Sinha’s tweets seems to be a taunt to PM Modi, as he is failing to address main issues in the country.