Height of hypocrisy
Former Union Minister Yashwant Sinha's tweet: some 'unsolicited advice' to Congress president Rahul Gandhi and leaders of all Opposition parties: Stop ...
Former Union Minister Yashwant Sinha's tweet: some "unsolicited advice" to Congress president Rahul Gandhi and leaders of all Opposition parties: Stop bickering over forging alliances ahead of the upcoming general elections.
It is funny that Yashwant Sinha, who himself is a rebel against the current BJP leadership, is advising opposition parties to 'stop speaking against each other in public. Sort out your differences privately'.
He is asking others to do what he himself ought to have done. This is the limit of hypocrisy.
J S Acharya, Hyderabad
It is highly condemnable that several Congress lawmakers in Telangana, lured by the money and power have shamelessly defected to the ruling TRS party. (TPCC issues notices to defected MLAs, Hans India, 21 March). This is in contravention of the provisions of anti- defection law in India.
The lawmakers themselves have brazenly violated the law and the defection of these immoral legislators has betrayed the trust imposed by the people who have elected them. Since the anti-defection law is made toothless by the lawmakers themselves, the people of India must rise to the occasion and teach them befitting lesson in the days to come.
P H Hema Sagar, Secunderabad