पूर्व प्रधानमन्त्री मनमोहन सिंह ने दी PM नरेंद्र मोदी को ऐसी सलाह के मोद...
Amid the fall in the level of political dialogue, former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh appealed to his late Narendra Modi to exercise restraint in public speeches on Monday. During the release of Manish Tewari's book 'Fables of Fractured Times', when Singh was asked for his opinion on the decline in language level of politicians, he said, "I advise the Prime Minister that he should exercise restraint which is like the Prime Minister.
When the Prime Minister goes to states where the BJP is not ruled, then it is their responsibility that they should not use the kind of language that is now commonly behaved. "
Singh said that during the leadership of the Congress and the UPA government, the UPA government never discriminated on the way Modi's behavior was doing.
He said, "We have never discriminated with BJP-ruled states. (Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister) Shivraj Singh can himself verify this. We gave him the respect he had. "
He appealed to set the example of Modi.
Singh said, "He is the prime minister of all Indians. His conduct must be worthy and should be in line with his obligation as the prime minister. "