“Modi, who held a meeting with the RSS leaders to express his disappointment, also said that he does not have greed to remain in the post if the image of the government is hampered by the leaders who keep making controversial remarks.” – Maharashtra Times
PM Modi has threatened to give up his job from the PM’s post if the RSS leaders do not without more ado stop making controversial remarks.
A salvo of controversial remarks from the Congress and other Opposition parties over alleged forced conversions has insisted Prime Minister Narendra Modi to take such decision.
A report in the Marathi newspaper Maharashtra Times said: “Modi, who held a meeting with the RSS leaders to express his disappointment, also said that he does not have greed to remain in the post if the image of the government is hampered by the leaders who keep making controversial remarks.”
As per the reports, the RSS, thereafter, gave a green signal to the government to take action against leaders who indulge in making controversial statements.
As reported in Mailtoday, Modi has told the top brass of the RSS that the image of government is getting in an inferior position because of the slack statements made by some their leaders and with such controversial statements it is getting a colour of fanaticism, said a report in a section of local media.
Recently, leaders from Sangh parivar and other organisations, affiliated to the RSS, have been giving controversial statements.
“Modi has therefore expressed disappointment over such rabble rousers. The RSS, which has intervened into the matter, has assured Modi that it will take stern action against the leaders who make controversial remarks,” the reports said.
However, Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s intimidation to quit is pretty much superficial, given that he is clearly enjoying his rendezvous with power, he would do well to concentrate solely on welfare issues and make sure right wing organisations are put back in their place. (Courtesy: Siasat News)