Prime Minister Modi said that it has now become a trend to ask the government to account for its work at an event in Adalaj near Gandhinagar.
“Expecting that everything has to be done by the government has become a new trend, this was not a tradition in our country, said PM Narendra Modi in Adalaj on Tuesday”.
This statement from PM urge the citizens of the country to point out that in the democracy, people have all the right to ask question to the government. This isn’t trend.
Twitter also reminded PM of blaming everything on history as well.
It’s not a new trend Sir. It’s democracy https://t.co/s9yM3YixQr
— Nidhi Razdan (@Nidhi) March 6, 2019
— Yello Ferrari (@JeepC_) March 6, 2019
Now we shud follow new trend..
Don’t ask the govt in power,
Ask from opposition only..
— Desi Doctor (@growth_agendas) March 6, 2019
Apni govt se nahi to kya Honolulu ki govt se jawaab maange
— pradeep gupta (@68pradeepgupta) March 6, 2019
Asking everything from opposition is new trend🤣🤣🤣
— Nitish kumar (@ImNitish01) March 6, 2019
That was always the trend, that’s called democracy where u have all the rights to criticize and ask govt in power, the new trend is to blame opposition for everything 😂
— Jobin (@jobinbaby) March 6, 2019
— Sanchit Balchandani (@inovizz) March 6, 2019
@narendramodi @PMOIndia fearing Press conferences is a new trend
Govt saying they can’t be questioned is a new trend
One man taking all the decisions alone in the govt is a new trend
PMO negotiating defence deals is a new trend
— A Khan (@addrkhan) March 6, 2019
Blaming everything on history is the only answer given by the current government to hide its epic failures.
— Anthony Joseph (@anthonyjos) March 6, 2019
People reading this tweet, i would recommend them to click on the link and read the entire article about what PM Modiji exactly said. This line is only taken from that entire speech just to confuse you all. Jai Hind.
— Ajay Rajput🔮 🇮🇳 (@AjayRaj28431504) March 6, 2019