Shatrughan Sinha Has Some ‘Food for Thought’ to Offer to the BJP

Senior BJP leader Shatrughan Sinha, on Sunday, 17 June, was yet again at loggerheads with his own party, this time over Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal’s ongoing dharma at the Lieutenant Governor’s office.

In a series of tweets, Sinha lashed out at the Central government for not letting the CMs of West Bengal, Kerala, Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh meet Kejriwal at the L-G’s office.

Highlighting that the CM’s were ‘elected and not selected’, Sinha said that by denying them entry, the government had made a ‘blatant show of autocracy, despotism, autarchy and use of power’.

He also called for the demand of ‘Full statehood for Delhi’ to be fulfilled, keeping in mind the larger interest of the people of Delhi and the nation.

Lauding ‘Arvind’s commitment, determination and image’ in his last tweet, Sinha ended his tirade by stating that he hopes good sense would prevail upon the administration.

Sinha’s tweet storm is the latest in his scathing attacks against his own party. His differing views in the past have also led to speculations over his split from the saffron party.

Earlier this month, Sinha, who is the Lok Sabha MP from Patna Sahib in Bihar, made a clear statement regarding his opinion over the state government by giving CM Nitish Kumar’s Iftar party a miss for the gathering at Tej Pratap Yadav’s residence.

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