Shatrughan Sinha asks party to see ‘writing on wall’ ahead of upcoming polls; heres what he said
Citing a statement from Prime Minister Narendra Modi in ‘Diwali Milan’, senior BJP functionary Shatrughan Sinha on Tuesday asked as to what efforts have been made for the leaders who may not be on the same ‘page’.
He urged that BJP leadership needs to go in for “introspection” and that they must not be left after ‘utilizing’ them.
Referring to the upcoming Assembly elections in Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh, he said that party needs to view the “writing on the wall” and “make amends”.
On Monday, the actor had extended his support to Tamil film ‘Mersal’, which has been in controversy over actor Vijay’s dialogues on Goods and Services Tax (GST) and PM Modi’s ambitious Digital India programme.
He said that people must support the movie and not remain defensive about the “perfectly legitimate issue”.
“Why are we so defensive about a perfectly legitimate issue that has been raised in the Tamil film regarding healthcare and the GST?
As entertainers and actors with powerful voices we have a certain duty towards the public to make them aware of socio-political issues,” Sinha, who’s a BJP member of Parliament from Patna, said.>