Called A 'Chor', Indian Prime Minister Loses Cool
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Called A 'Chor', Indian Prime Minister Loses Cool

Friday, 30 August 2013, 12:27 Hrs   |    7 Comments
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New Delhi: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh took on the BJP, saying it should allow parliament to function if it was worried about the country's economy.



"Parliament is the supreme body in the country and is not allowed to function session after session," Manmohan Singh in the Rajya Sabha.



"I am glad the principal opposition recognises the need for consensus in the house. But building consensus is the responsibility of both the government and the principal opposition. But their conduct in the house is otherwise," he said.



"The principal opposition has never reconciled itself that it was voted out of power in 2004," he added



This remark caused commotion in the house, with Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) members noisily protesting.



After Deputy Chairman P.J. Kurien intervened, order was restored.



Manmohan Singh went on: "Have you ever heard of a situation in any parliament where the prime minister is not allowed to introduce his council of ministers.



"Have you ever heard of any other country where primary opposition walks to the well of the house and shouts 'PM chor hai" (PM is thief)."




 


Source: IANS
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Reader's comments(7)
1: So much of India PM activities which has not benefited to common poor, yet their title being debated to erase.
Not able to do in life is like a death, but still last death is better.
Or better Chulo bhar pani me Doob mar is what poor are being titled to
Posted by:IndianB - 08 Sep, 2013
2: Do You have a better solution to India's problems?
Posted by:Tgimy - 31 Aug, 2013
3: Have you ever heard anywhere in world where M.Ps can be buy and sell? It happens only in India so 'njoy Mr. P.M take it what you are getting. You just got "Chor" title there are many more adjectives. You should Thank god not getting bigger ones :)
Posted by:kaamchor - 30 Aug, 2013
4: any one has doubts that he is not one !!!
one has only to draw this conclusion from
the scams this country is embroiled ever
since he was the FINANCE MINISTER.

Everytime he use the cliche word that the culprits
will be given the strictest punishment as if he is
on the judge pedestal to announce the Punishment &
so far how many has he got indicted or jailed

He is still silent to the fact that politicians have
their share in every field or department now, be it
sports , be it banks, be it education, be it temples
No one can make money if u not make them yr silent
partners

In India the sikhs are the only community which is
addressed very respectfully as Sardar JI but i am
sure this guy will soon have this JI deleted soon

ONE HAS TO SEE THE NO OF POLITICIANS SON OR RELATIVES
OR WHO ON THE PAYLIST OF RELIANCE INDS LTD TO LEARN
WHAT IS NEPOTISM AND CORRUPTION. HOPE SOME RTI ACTIVIST
INVESTIGATE THIS
Posted by:Andee - 30 Aug, 2013
5: PM Singh is more than a thief. He is a monument to mediocrity.
In August 2012, Times mag carried him on its cover with the heading "An under-achiever".
The Washington Post (05 Sep 2012) described Manmohan Singh as "dithering, ineffectual bureaucrat presiding over a deeply corrupt government".

The Post criticised Singh's performance in an article "India's 'silent' prime minister becomes a tragic figure".
The critics say that the soft-spoken 79-year old Manmohan Singh is in "danger of going down in history as a failure".

The article quoted political historian Ramachandra Guha as saying, “More and more, he has become a tragic figure in our history” — a man fatally handicapped by his “timidity, complacency and intellectual dishonesty.”

But then has India ever head a distinguished leader like China's Chou en Lai, Singapore's Lee Kwan Liu or Vietnam's Ho Chi Minh?
Posted by:Eddie - 30 Aug, 2013
6:
No doubt he is not Chor...he is chore
abc Replied to: Eddie - 30 Aug, 2013
7:
If he was so hurt he should have resigned to guard his dignity. It proves othewise.
ashok Replied to: abc - 07 Sep, 2013
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