Shatrughan Sinha
Shatrughan Sinha

Patna: BJP leader Shatrughan Sinha on Friday came down heavily on the Modi-led central government over the 10 per cent quota, the CBI imbroglio and the “vendetta politics” against opposition leaders, especially jailed RJD president Lalu Prasad.
The actor-turned-politician, who represents Patna Sahib in Lok Sabha, took to Twitter in his trademark style. Without naming Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Sinha, using the honorific ‘Sir’, gave a piece of his mind on the social media platform.

“Congrats sir. Your intentions need to be highly applauded and even the entire opposition will agree but with fingers crossed and bated breath. Matter has gone to the H’onble Supreme Court. Hope wish and pray that it goes through the different assemblies and the judicial scrutiny too,” he tweeted.

“You sure have mastered the art of Mann ki Baat. But let us not forget dil ki baat. Stop this jumle-baazi,” he remarked in a veiled dig at Modi’s weekly radio broadcast, reports PTI. “The nation wants to know plain and simple answers on CBI (which seems to be very messy today), ED and especially Rafale etc. in an honest and transparent manner. Great haste in taking decisions is not the right approach,” Sinha said on Twitter.

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