Passing unwanted comments and unparliamentarily languages against one another is not a new thing among politicians but when one compares the PM of the nation to an anaconda then it creates a big question on the moral behavior of the person. And unfortunately Andhra Pradesh’s Finance Minister Yanamala Rama Krishnudu has done the same as he called Prime Minister Narendra Modi an anaconda.
“Who can be a bigger anaconda than Narendra Modi?” Krishnudu asked. Further adding on to the matter he accused the prime minister of having “swallowed all institutions” in the country. “He is swallowing up institutions like the Central Bureau of Investigation and the Reserve Bank of India,”
“Every Tom, Dick and Harry is speaking of past politics. Past can’t be present or future. But present and future will become past. The critics of TDP (Telugu Desam Party) should understand this. TDP was not established against any single party. It was founded against the system,” he said in another comment while reporting to media.
And this is not the first time that any leader is using such kind of language for the PM Modi, earlier also many ministers have done this.
This morning (November 4), Shashi Tharoor took a dig at PM Modi and called him “a hero on a white stallion with an upraised sword in his hand”.
And Shashi Tharoor keeps on passing such comments time and again. This was not the first time for Tharoor , as on October 28, he quoted an “unnamed RSS source” who in 2012 had said “PM Modi is a scorpion siting on a Shiva Linga. It can’t be removed with ones hand nor can it be hit with a slipper”.
Not only Tharoor and Krishnudu but other leaders have also passed such statements and the list contains many more names.
Recently, a Congress MLA in Maharashtra had called Modi a “dengue mosquito” who should be “removed using pesticides”.