1. PM Narendra Modi does not like being asked questions, claims BJP MP Nana Patole

PM Narendra Modi does not like being asked questions, claims BJP MP Nana Patole

The Bharatiya Janata Party MP Nana Patole on Friday claimed that Prime Minister Narendra Modi doesn't like being asked questioned. Patole claimed that when he tried to raise issues about the OBC Ministry and farmer suicides at a meeting of BJP MPs, the Prime Minister got angry with him.

By: | New Delhi | Updated: September 2, 2017 12:53 PM
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The Bharatiya Janata Party MP Nana Patole on Friday claimed that Prime Minister Narendra Modi doesn’t like being asked questioned, according to a report by The Indian Express. Patole claimed that when he tried to raise issues about the OBC Ministry and farmer suicides at a meeting of BJP MPs, the Prime Minister got angry with him. “Modi doesn’t like to take any questions and had got very angry when I raised some issues about the OBC Ministry and farmer suicides at a meeting of BJP MPs. When Modi is asked questions, he asks you if you have read the party manifesto and are aware of various government schemes,” Patole was quoted saying by The Indian Express.

Earlier some media reports said that Modi gave Patole an earful at a meeting of MPS but the recent revelation might spark a new controversy. Patole said that when he made suggestions at the meeting like raising the green tax, PM Modi got angry and asked him to shut up. “I had made certain suggestions at the meeting like raising green tax, OBC Ministry and more central investment in agriculture. Modi got angry and asked me to shut up,” Patole said. “Modi regularly meets party MPs but he doesn’t like questions being asked of him,” he added, as per IE.

Patole didn’t spare the under fire Maharashtra chief minister Devendra Fadnavis as well. He said that the CM has stopped taking meetings of party MPs in Mumbai before the beginning of the Parliament session. “The CM is incapable of bringing central funds for the state. The Centre gives less to Maharashtra despite Mumbai contributing the maximum to the country’s coffers. The CM has also stopped taking meetings of party MPs in Mumbai before the beginning of the Parliament session,” he said.

Taking a dig at the ministers, the MP said that they are always in a state of fear. “All central ministers are always in a state of fear. So I am not interested in ministership. I am of late on the hitlist but I am not afraid of anyone,” he added.

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    sidj
    Sep 2, 2017 at 4:41 pm
    This does not come as a surprise at all, frankly. This is a well known fact of narendra modi as a man who asks tough questions but doesn't take them. The Bjp MP Nana Patole may have spoken candidly but now his future with the bjp is over. Join the aap soon!
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      Prashant Nerkar
      Sep 2, 2017 at 1:38 pm
      That is what Mr Nana Patole is known for, He is a leader of aam admi, he knows their requirement and sorrows as he directly connected with the people. He is above politics and don,t do anything for himself. He is himself capable of winning election on his own strength so spoke what he feels. But truth is always bitter. Many other MP will agree with his view but may not come forward as it need courage to speak like this. In democracy its always people first. He is democratic.
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        Sadasivan
        Sep 2, 2017 at 1:03 pm
        Shri Narendra Modi Ji is a DEMOCRATIC Leader!Most Indians, seem to like him,for his being a, go-getter,He has a clear vision of what type of India,the people of the nation,at large,want.
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          sidj
          Sep 2, 2017 at 4:38 pm
          How come demo and surgical strikes were flops? The rbi and now world economists are criticizing demo for the falledn gdp rate. If surgical strikes were good, why are the terrorists still attacking? Why did manohar parrikar resign and go back to goa? He himself admitted that he was tired of the job as defence minister. Don't praise people with golden tongues and rusted brains.
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