Days after Prime Minister’s ‘rain coat’ comment on Manmohan Singh, Shiv Sena boss Uddhav Thackeray on Monday requested that Modi show some “decency” in Parliament.
“Narendra Modi should show some decency like previous Prime Minister Manmohan Singh who demonstrated his respectability when he prevented a Parliamentary board from lashing out at the RBI representative Urjit Patel on demonetisation,” Shiv Sena boss said.
On February 8, PM Modi while attacking the previous leader stated, “Despite the fact that many tricks occurred in the nation, Singh’s picture stayed clean. Individuals ought to gain from Dr. Singh how to bathe in the rain wearing a raincoat.”
“To convey to PM’s notice, I should state that the development of Metro in India began off under UPA’s Government, and not under the BJP regime. I think he (PM Modi) has lost faith in himself,” Thackeray said.
Thackeray likewise communicated his mistake over the postponement in building the Shivaji Memorial in Mumbai, he said the Prime Minister is just investing his energy in heading out starting with one nation then onto the next.
The Shiv Sena has broken its ties with the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in spite of the fact that it remains a part of the BJP-lead governments both in Maharashtra and in New Delhi.