Advani takes a dig at Narendra Modi, says not the day to criticise one another
New Delhi: BJP leader LK Advani Thursday said that Independence Day was not a day to "criticise one another", after Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi attacked Prime Minister Manmohan Singh.
"Today is Independence Day. Without criticising one another, people should be aware on this day that India has unlimited possibilities," the BJP leader said after unfurling the national flag at his residence.
In his Independence Day speech at Bhuj, Modi called Prime Minister Manmohan Singh`s speech from the Red Fort "uninspiring" and criticised him on several accounts.
Some other BJP leaders also attacked Manmohan Singh over his speech.irst to celebrate India`s 67th Independence Day
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