Shatrughan Sinha Joins Congress Officially and Told this About BJP and Narendra Modi

Shatrughan Sinha Joins Congress

On-screen character turned-government official Shatrughan Sinha today formally joined the Congress, on the Sansthapna Diwas or Foundation Day of his active party, the BJP. As he says goodbye to a to the BJP, with which he has shared a sharp relationship for a considerable length of time, the official took potshots at Prime Minister Narendra Modi and boss Amit Shah.

Shatrughan Sinha Said, “In the one-man show, two-man army, everything happens from Prime Minister’s Office… the ministers can’t work freely anyway“.

He also added, “We have seen how democracy turned into autocracy“.

He tweeted about his leaving BJP and joining new party few days back:

He also talked about other members of BJP who have been the victim of the One man show by telling, “Advani ji was sent to Mardarshak Mandal which hasn’t held even a single meeting so far. They did the same to Jaswant Singh, Yashwant Sinha…  I was even told that I have been a critic and that I will not be given a cabinet post… but my image has been clean.

Mr. Sinha also took a jibe at the part by highlighting Demonetisation as the biggest scam, “It was a mindless decision… Several people died… Modi ji’s mother was in the queue and we were told it was normal“.

In an affiliation that had been souring for quite a long time, the notorious final irritation that will be tolerated was the BJP scorning Shatrughan Sinha and naming an alternate applicant, Union Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad, for his Patna Sahib voting demographic.

Mr. Sinha today said that Rashtriya Janata Dal boss Lalu Yadav has been “Instrumental in my choice” to join the Congress.

There were reports that Mr Sinha’s enormous detonation entrance into the Congress was deferred by the Party’s tussle with the RJD over him.

Mr. Sinha has been straightforwardly disparaging of the PM and Amit Shah, and over the previous year, his tweet-a-day points host been progressively provocative for the BJP. In January, he even joined restriction pioneers in a super rally in Kolkata facilitated by Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee.


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