Mukesh Sahani did not congratulate PM Narendra Modi, VIP supremo told reason ANN

Mukesh Sahani: Narendra Modi has taken oath as Prime Minister for the third time. Cabinet ministers have also been given portfolios. However, Vikassheel Insaan Party founder and former Bihar minister Mukesh Sahani Narendra Modi Even after taking oath as the Prime Minister for the third time, he was not congratulated or wished. The reason behind this has been told by the VIP Supremo himself.

,If there is no reservation for Nishad community then no congratulations to the Prime Minister,

Releasing a statement on Monday (June 10), VIP supremo Mukesh Sahni said, “How can I congratulate such a Prime Minister, who thinks of ending our Constitution. If there is no reservation for Nishad community, then there is no congratulations to the Prime Minister either. He said that how can I congratulate such a Prime Minister, who thinks of ending brotherhood. How can I congratulate such a Prime Minister who topples the people’s elected government overnight and forms his own government.”

Sahni further said, “How can I congratulate such a Prime Minister who bought four MLAs of a fisherman’s son. How can I congratulate such a Prime Minister who has distributed the rights of the poor and the backward among others and crushed the dream of Baba Saheb Ambedkar and privatised all government institutions to end reservation.”

,Make a promise and then go back on it…,

In the end, Mukesh Sahni said that how can I congratulate such a Prime Minister who promises Nishad reservation and then goes back on it. How can I congratulate such a Prime Minister who thinks day and night about eliminating the son of a fisherman. How can I congratulate the Prime Minister who does politics in the name of religion and keeps the youth unemployed. How can I congratulate such a Prime Minister who has brought a scheme to retire the youth at the age of 22 through the Agniveer Yojana.

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