New Delhi: Bharatiya Janata Party leader Shatrughan Sinha, who has oflate been critical of his party, Saturday, hailed Prime Minister Narendra Modi's initiative of building good relations with neighbouring countries, including Pakistan.
While lavishing praise for initiating dialogue with Pakistan, the Patna MP tweeted: “Laud PM's constructive policies in trying to create a real good atmosphere for our neighbouring countries including our next door neighbour.Laud PM's constructive policies in trying to create a real good atmosphere for our neighbouring countries including our next door neighbour.”
Describing Modi as dashing dynamic and well intentioned action hero PM, Sinha urged all to strengthen the hands of the prime minister.
At this juncture, let's all strengthen the hands of our dashing dynamic well intentioned action hero PM. Appreciate his sincerity & passion.
— Shatrughan Sinha (@ShatruganSinha) January 16, 2016
In the last few months, the Patna Saheb MP has embarrassed his party with several controversial comments.
After the Bihar Assembly polls, the actor-turned politician had said: “It has been the victory of democracy. I wish the new government led by Nitish babu, Laluji and 'rising star' Rahul Gandhi great success.”
Sinha had claimed the Bihar poll results could have been different for his party had he been projected as the chief ministerial candidate.
"I am not bragging, but I do feel that when the darling (laadla) of Bihar people, the dhartiputra (son of the soil) and the original 'Bihari babu' was deliberately sidelined, it definitely had an impact on my supporters and fans. I can't say how much difference it could have been, but I can definitely say, some difference would have been there. We could have definitely got more seats than what we got," he had told a news channel.