Obama’s Remark On Rahul Gandhi “Horrible”, States Shiv Sena
Shiv Sena leader Sanjay Raut questioned Barack Obama’s understanding about India. (File)
Responding to remarks on Rahul Gandhi made by previous US president Barack Obama in his narrative “A Promised Land”, Shiv Sena leader Sanjay Raut, questioned Barack Obama’s understanding about India and stated that a foreign politician can not provide such opinions on Indian politicians.
” A foreign political leader can not offer such viewpoints on Indian politicians. The subsequent domestic political discourse on Obama’s remark on the Congress leader is horrible. We won’t say ‘Trump seethes’. Just how much does Obama know about this nation?” Sanjay Raut stated.
The former United States president composed in his memoir that Rahul Gandhi was “eager to impress” but “lacked either the ability or the passion” to master the topic, according to a review of the book published in the New york city Times.
The remark stirred a row in India with the Congress protecting their leader.
” Obama and Rahul Gandhi should have fulfilled briefly, probably 8-10 years earlier when he came to India as United States President. To evaluate someone in few meetings is difficult. Rahul Gandhi’s personality has actually altered because then, he has actually gained a great deal of experience,” stated Congress leader Tariq Anwar.
The Shiv Sena, Congress and Nationalist Congress Celebration are in a coalition federal government in Maharashtra. The alliance, called Maha Vikas Aghadi, just recently finished a year in office. Sanjay Raut said that the Uddhav Thackeray-led federal government will make the state stronger in the coming four years.
” In 2015, exact same time, we were on the brink of forming the federal government in Maharashtra. Back then, nobody imagined a Shiv Sena leader to end up being the chief minister here. In the last one year, we have actually faced difficulties in regards to weather adversity and the COVID-19 pandemic. We have actually kept persistence and acted with care,” Mr Raut said.
” In the coming 4 years, it is our aim to form a reliable bond with the 11 crore residents of Maharashtra. I advise the opposition parties in the state to work for the well-being of the public and help us in building a strong state in the coming years,” the Shiv Sena leader said.
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