- Manish took a different stance than the party
- Congress had opposed the government in terms of the national symbol
- “Agneepath recruitment plan is the need of the time”
Manish Tewari: Congressman Manish Tewari made such a tweet on Wednesday, the meaning of which he did not specify. He said that when a lion tries to be chained, the only thing that happens is that the chain breaks. Tiwari had expressed a different view of his party on the issue of the Agneepath scheme a few days ago.
MP Manish Tewari tweeted: “Every time you try to chain a lion, the only thing that happens is that the chain breaks.” Tiwari’s tweet came at a time when the national symbol was unveiled on the roof of the new parliament building on Monday, and the opposition accused the government of destroying it by changing the appearance of lions in it. However, the BJP has rejected criticism of the opposition.
A statement from opposition MPs was not signed
Tiwari had previously written on Twitter and responded to an article titled “Manish Tiwari is called the Subramanian Swamy of Congress” and wrote: “The gentleman who makes this kind of nonsense should know that Swamy, if nothing else, is a formidable opponent. ” Huh. “As a member of the Defense Advisory Committee on Monday, Tiwari had not signed a statement from six opposition MPs demanding the withdrawal of the Agneepath scheme.
Congress had told Manish’s statement privately
When Defense Minister Rajnath Singh gave a presentation to the members of the Parliamentary Advisory Committee on Defense, Shaktisinh Gohil, Rajni Patil, Supriya Sule, Saugata Rai, Sudip Bandopadhyay and AD Singh gave him handwritten notes. Sources had said that Tiwari, who publicly praised the Agneepath scheme and called it a necessary reform of the armed forces, had taken a different stance than his party. About which Congress described Tiwari’s statement as personal and said it did not reflect the party’s position.
“Agneepath recruitment plan is the need of the time”
While Congress has opposed the Agneepath recruitment plan in the armed forces, Tiwari said it was the need of the day, as armies in many other countries have done the same. Sources had also said that Tiwari asked at the meeting whether the scheme affects the pension law in any way or not.
Tiwari is a member of Congress’ G-23 group, which has called for a radical overhaul of the organization and criticized some decisions by the party leadership. Former Union Minister Manish Tewari is a Member of Parliament from the seat of Anandpur Sahib Lok Sabha in Punjab.