No action was taken against those playing divisive politics,Shatrughan Sinha hits out at BJP again

Patna: Shatrughan Sinha has spoken a lot about the BJP’s poll debacle in Bihar. This time, speaking at an event in Nagpur, he again hit out at the party over election results and communal speeches. “I have spoken what I felt, now the veteran leaders are speaking out and taking action,” Sinha said about the BJP seniority of LK Advani, Yashwant Sinha and MM Joshi criticising the party leadership.

Shatrughan Sinha

“If I said dal price hike should be controlled what did I say wrong? I said it for benefit of the nation, my party and public,” he added.

He also spoke about his meeting with party rival in Bihar, Nitish Kumar. “I was, am, and will remain in BJP. What is my crime? What anti-party activity have I committed? Dont I have seniority, maturity?” he asked.

“If saying truth is treachery, then I am a traitor. If I said dal price hike should be controlled what did I say wrong? I said it for benefit of the nation, my party and public,” Sinha said in Nagpur. “If I said dal price hike should be controlled what did I say wrong? I said it for benefit of the nation, my party and public,” he added.

 

 

He also recalled BJP’s failure in Delhi. He said, “During Delhi elections, many leaders were called to campaign, but did it bear fruits?”

He criticised recent controversial remarks made by certain BJP members. He said, “Lot of people tried to divide people saying a lot of things, but no action was taken.”