Congress MP KV Thomas gives excuse of not praising Narendra Modi

Remigio Civitarese
Aprile 16, 2018

The Kerala Congress Saturday sought an explanation from party MP K V Thomas for reportedly praising the governing skills of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. While addressing a function of Kerala Management Association in Kochi on Friday, Thomas reportedly said that Modi is an excellent ruler who can convince others about his decisions and actions.

"That is a bad situation", he said.

He said Modi could successfully convince the nation the stance he took on demonetisation and GST.

Thomas added that he was not going into who was right and who was wrong in politics.

Thomas, who was earlier PAC chairman, reportedly said that the PM's expertise was visible in his handling of media and judiciary, and this trait could not be ignored even while opposing him politically and ideologically.

A former chemistry professor, Thomas said he was more comfortable dealing with Modi than with the leaders of his own party. Although not a good administrator, he is moving ahead by misleading people with his management skills.

He said that he was speaking to management students and all he wanted to put across was - "Despite making a lot of mistakes in his administration, Modi has been able to manage it by propagating lies".

Following this, KPCC chief M M Hassan's letter to Thomas was circulated to the media wherein he asked the latter to explain if he ever made such a remark.

In line with Congress president Rahul Gandhi's accusation, Congress Dalit leader Kumari Selja said, "They are simply paying lip service to Babasaheb as the Prime Minister is prone to".

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