The Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi, faced heavy critics from the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) founder, Sharad Pawar, on Wednesday for the former’s remark on the latter’s family. The 78 year old Maharashtra politician made a veiling attack on PM Modi after the latter made a remark of ‘internal feud’ in the Pawar’s family and that Pawar has been overshadowed by his nephew Ajit Pawar.Also Read,
“Modi ji says Pawar Sahab is a good man but has family issues. His nephews are out of his hands. I want to ask him, what does he have to do with issues at my home?,” asked Pawar while addressing a public gathering in Maharashtra. “But then I realised. I have my wife and daughter, my son-in-law and nephews visit us. But he has no one,” added Pawar.
The former chief minister of Maharashtra, said that he could criticize PM Modi and his family more but doesn’t want to “stoop to a low-level”. “There is no one in his (PM Modi) family, how would he know how a family functions and how one takes care of son and wife. This is also the reason why he keeps peeping into others’ house. It is not good to peep into other people’s house Modi ji. I can also say a lot but I won’t stoop to a low-level,” said Sharad Pawar while showing his aggressive side to PM Modi, quoted ANI.Also Read,
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The PM Modi had attacked Sharad Pawar by calling him “weakened” by his family feud and that the latter has resisted from fielding him in this ensuing general election due to fear of losing. “Sharad Pawar ji is also aware which way the wind is blowing. This time, the people of the country have forced the big guns to run, leaving the (election) ground. Today, Pawar sahab has been bowled by people. His false promises have been exposed and he has been hit-wicket by his nephew,” claimed PM Modi while delivering his speech in Maharashtra’s Wardha few days back.
Reacting to PM Modi, Sharad Pawar, on April 3, pronounced that he will not make any personal attack on PM Modi as his mother’s influence hasn’t taught him to do so. “Modi is launching personal attacks wherever he goes. But I will not do so as I am influenced by my mother. Personal criticism does not fit in our culture,” said Pawar in his following public rally in Maharashtra.Also Read,