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Pm Narendra Modi’s Statement ‘mian Jinda Laut Paya’ Congress Leader Digvijay Singh’s Taunt Modi Hitler Ek Saman let back

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News Desk, Amar Ujala, New Delhi

Published by: Pranjul Srivastava
Updated Sat, 08 Jan 2022 12:43 PM IST

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Congress leader Digvijay Singh’s statement has come to the fore after PM Modi’s security lapse. He has said that Modi-Hitler are same.

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After the security lapse of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the statement of senior Congress leader Digviyaz Singh has come to the fore on his statement “I returned alive”. Taking a jibe at Narendra Modi, he said that the Prime Minister returned alive from Punjab, but did not allow more than 700 farmers to return home alive. He further said that there is no difference between German dictator Adolf Hitler and Narendra Modi. This statement of Digvijay Singh has come to the fore when it was tweeted on behalf of the Congress party that more than 700 live farmers who were opposing the three black laws of the BJP government could not return home. Congress leader Digvijay Singh said in another tweet that earlier the Hindu was in danger, but now the PM himself is in danger. Not the prime minister is in danger, only the prime minister’s chair is in danger.

Sidhu also commented
Digvijay Singh had earlier commented on PM Modi by Congress leader Navjot Singh Sidhu. He had said that waiting for only 15 minutes got the PM upset. Whereas, the farmers opposed the agricultural laws for a year. Apart from this, Congress spokesperson Supriya Shrinet also took a dig at the BJP leaders and the PM and said that they should stop defaming the pride of Punjab and Punjabis. Further said that BJP should stop politicizing PM’s security. Once they do that, dirty politics will automatically stop.

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After the security lapse of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the statement of senior Congress leader Digviyaz Singh has come to the fore on his statement “I returned alive”. Taking a jibe at Narendra Modi, he said that the Prime Minister returned alive from Punjab, but did not allow more than 700 farmers to return home alive. He further said that there is no difference between German dictator Adolf Hitler and Narendra Modi. This statement of Digvijay Singh has come to the fore when it was tweeted on behalf of the Congress party that more than 700 live farmers who were opposing the three black laws of the BJP government could not return home. Congress leader Digvijay Singh said in another tweet that earlier the Hindu was in danger, but now the PM himself is in danger. Not the prime minister is in danger, only the prime minister’s chair is in danger.

Sidhu also commented

Digvijay Singh had earlier commented on PM Modi by Congress leader Navjot Singh Sidhu. He had said that waiting for only 15 minutes got the PM upset. Whereas, the farmers opposed the agricultural laws for a year. Apart from this, Congress spokesperson Supriya Shrinet also took a dig at the BJP leaders and the PM and said that they should stop defaming the pride of Punjab and Punjabis. Further said that BJP should stop politicizing PM’s security. Once they do that, dirty politics will automatically stop.

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