Kind words of appreciation by Advani ji on Shri Modi

Published By : Admin | September 28, 2012 | 20:39 IST
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At the public meeting held after the 3 day BJP National Executive, senior BJP leader and former Deputy Prime Minister of India Shri LK Advani shared some very kind words on Shri Narendra Modi.

Shri Advani recalled an anecdote 3-4 years ago when he was at a press meet, a senior reporter met him who asked him whether he thought that Shri Modi has become bigger than the party.

 

WATCH: Advani ji sharing the priceless anecdote about Shri Modi at the BJP public rally in Faridabad

 

On this, Advani ji replied to the girl that if she felt so he is very happy. Advani ji said that such things are not a cause of concern for him as in a family if an elder is told that your grandson is doing so well would he not feel happy? Advani ji stated that is a youngster of the family is praised for his talents and his work is praised why shouldn’t the head of the family be proud?

In the function to commemorate the 42nd anniversary of Tughlak in January this year in Chennai where Shri Modi was present, Advani ji had recalled the Lucknow Executive where Shri Modi moved the resolution on how the Centre is undermining the basic character of the Indian Constitution on federalism. He called it a powerful indictment by Shri Modi. He also spoke about the successful Vibrant Gujarat summit in which the Centre had asked all state industries controlled by Centre not to participate in this summit. Advani ji asked how could one have an attitude of this kind?

 

WATCH- Advani ji speaking at the Tughlak function in January this year 

 

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