Yashwant Sinha's Statement Smells of Some Kind of Dissatisfaction: Shaina NC

Yashwant Sinha

Submitted by Subeditor on Sun, 2016-01-31 10:15 Mumbai: Reacting to veteran BJP leader Yashwant Sinha's burst out that Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his government would meet the same fate as that of the Indira Gandhi-led Congress which was drubbed in the elections after Emergency, his party colleague Shaina NC on Sunday said everyone is entitled to their opinion, but this smells of some kind of dissatisfaction of not being included in larger scheme of things. "People are entitled to opinion, some satisfactory some not so satisfactory, but all in all it is the public of this country that will decide," she said. "I don't think that anyone can defect from the issue, because Modi ji's work is here to speak. The way he has performed as a prime minister and continues to do so on the international forum and in India, nobody can take that away from him," she said defending Prime Minister Narendra Modi. On film fraternity going increasingly vocal on the issue of intolerance, the BJP leader said, "I don't know if people are getting affected by this kind of commentary, but I only want to say that no kind of commentary can cause any discomfort to 'Indianess' of India, because we are a united country and we will always be, despite our diversities in ideology, religion, thought process etc." "My only appeal to the film fraternity will be rather than giving these kind of statements, it's important to keep people unified by positive messages," she said on the sidelines of monthly yoga event organized at Marine Drive here. "Modi ji started International Yoga Day on June 21, and thus, we thought why not to keep the movement alive by doing Yoga every month at Marine Drive. Sometimes for women, sometimes for senior citizens and sometimes for Mumbai Police, however, this time it is for children," she said. "I think it's imperative for children who are now very much couch potatoes and don't even step out today relies that healthy living is way to go and no more fast-food and junks. This is the healthy lifestyle that we all should be inculcating," she added. (ANI)