Criticising opposition parties during election is not a new thing in politics, but the way politicians are abusing each other in the ongoing 2019 Lok Sabha Elections is really a matter, which needs a serious concern, as the politicians are no longer talking about the common man and their problems but they are busy in insulting their opposition.
APN, in its popular show, Mudda, will discuss over all such issues with Anchorperson Neha along with BJP spokesperson Dilip Srivastava, SP spokesperson Abdul Hafiz Gandhi, Shiv Sena leader Kamlesh Rai, Congress leader Suryakant Dhasmana, and APN consultant Govindpant Raju.
Dilip Srivastava was the first to speak, who said, “The way opposition is insulting country’s Prime Minister is really a matter to be condemned, somebody is saying Narendra Modi is Duryodhan, Someone is saying he is not a PM, someone is saying he will be slapped, all such things is not good for the country.”
Suryakant Dhasmana said, “I am not talking about any political parties but I would like to say, that the person who holds a position in country, whose words matters for the country is using such ill words, this Lok Sabha elections will be remembered for the ill words being used by the eminent politicians.”
Dhasmana criticized PM Modi for his statement over former PM Rajiv Gandhi.
Speaking over the matter, Abdul Hafiz said, “SP chief Akhilesh Yadav never uses such ill words for his opposition parties in his speeches.”
Govind pant Raju said, “This is not at all good for the country, as if elected representative of a country uses such kind of ill languages, then this is creating a very bad image of the country on a broad level.”
Dhasmana said, “BJP is running away from the issue of Rafale and accusing the grand old party to gain political benefits.”
Kamlesh Rai said, “These days leaders are not talking about the work they have done but they are pointing out the failures of their opposition parties leader. They should work for the people and they should talk about the issues which benefits people.”
Govind pant said, “Leaders are not ready to talk about the problems, which people of the country are going through, but always ready to criticize their opposition parties leaders and all these things will lead to the sufferings of the common man.”