Senior Congressman Kapil Sibal currently questioned if any member of the BJP had ever recommended Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his party to 'stop demonizing the opposition and its members' a day after two senior representatives of his own party supported their colleague Jairam Ramesh for stating that the Prime Minister should be commended for doing the correct stuff.
Mr Sibal tweeted in the morning that which BJP leader came in and told the Prime Minister and his party openly to avoid demonizing the opposition and its leaders. Congressman Jairam Ramesh tried to analyse the Modi state's positives on Thursday, claiming that not recognizing his accomplishments would not assist the opposition.
Mr Ramesh said it was a moment for them to acknowledge the job of PM Modi and what he did respectively 2014 and 2019, because of which over 30 per cent of the electorate voted back to power." He also said PM Modi spoke a language that attached him to the individuals.
Also, if you're trying to demonize him most the moment, you probably wouldn't be able to face him, "advised the former minister of the Union. He made it clear that he didn't ask anybody to commend the prime minister, but he still wished the political elite to" acknowledge the characteristics he introduced to governance.
Abhishek Manu Singhvi and Shashi Tharoor supported the remarks of Jairam Ramesh on Friday. While Mr Singhvi said, "Demonizing PM Narendra Modi is incorrect" and that actions should be assessed "problem-wise and not individual-wise.