Shashi Tharoor reacted to that part of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s speech in Dhaka, in which he spoke of “Satyagraha for the independence of Bangladesh”.
Congress leader Shashi Tharoor (File Photo-PTI)
Congress leader Shashi Tharoor has apologized for commenting on Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s speech on Bangladesh war. Admitting his mistake, he said that he had tweeted “by reading the headline and tweet in a hurry”. Tharoor had reacted to that part of Prime Minister Modi’s speech in which PM Modi had spoken of “Satyagraha for the independence of Bangladesh”. Prime Minister Modi was speaking at the main function held in Dhaka on the occasion of the Golden Jubilee of Bangladesh Independence Day and the birth centenary of ‘Bangabandhu’ Sheikh Mujibur Rahman.
Shashi Tharoor on Saturday shared a news related to Twitter Prime Minister Modi, writing, “If I am wrong, I don’t feel bad about accepting it.” Yesterday, in a hasty headline and reading the tweet, I had tweeted, “Everyone knows who liberated Bangladesh.” Which meant that Narendra Modi did not reveal Indira Gandhi’s contribution. But he mentioned it. Sorry.”
During his address in Dhaka on Friday, PM Modi said that he had done Satyagraha for the independence of Bangladesh and also went to jail for it. He had said, “Being involved in the struggle for the independence of Bangladesh was one of the first movements of my life. I must have been 20-22 years old, when I and many of my colleagues had done Satyagraha for the freedom of the people of Bangladesh. ”
On this part of Prime Minister Modi’s speech, Shashi Tharoor tweeted, “International knowledge: Our Prime Minister is tasting Indian ‘fake news’ to Bangladesh.” Everyone knows who liberated Bangladesh. ” Shashi Tharoor’s reference to this tweet was about the contribution of former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi in the Bangladesh war.
Everybody knows Indira Gandhi’s contribution- PM Modi
However, Prime Minister Narendra Modi also discussed Indira Gandhi’s contribution. He said in his address, “Bangladesh’s freedom struggle got the support of every section and every political parties in India. Everyone knows the efforts and efforts of the then Prime Minister Indira Gandhi in the independence of Bangladesh and her significant contribution. ” Recalling the 1971 war, PM Modi said that the pictures of the heinous crimes and atrocities committed by the Pakistan Army here were disturbing and did not allow people in India to sleep for many days.
Bangladesh is celebrating the birth anniversary of its founder Sheikh Mujibar Rahman this year, “Mujib Year”. PM Modi has visited Bangladesh on a two-day (26-27 March) tour. On the occasion of Bangladesh’s Independence Day, Prime Minister Modi handed over the Gandhi Peace Prize to Sheikh Mujibur Rahman’s daughters- Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and her younger sister Sheikh Rehana, which have been presented to Rahman on behalf of India.
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