In Modi’s India, dialogue in the country become unilateral and dangerous: Yashwant Sinha


New Delhi: Former finance minister Yashwant Sinha is an outspoken critique of the Modi government. On many forums, he has criticized the Modi government’s policies. Now he has established a political platform to advance his assertiveness. While constituting this forum, he expressed concern about the conditions of the country. He said that nowadays mob-lynching has become a “law”.

Yashwant Sinha established the platform on Tuesday. Describing this platform, he said that this is a non-political forum. Through this forum, we will start the movement against the policies of the Modi government. Many non-BJP leaders were also present. It included Congress leader Renuka Chowdhary, MP Sanjay Singh, RLD leader Jayant Chaudhary, former Gujarat Chief Minister Suresh Mehta and JDU leader Pawan Verma.

BJP veteran Shatrughan Sinha also joined the program. Meanwhile, Yashwant Sinha said that democracy and its institutions are being attacked. The Narendra Modi government has brought the farmers in a very difficult situation. He said that at present, dialogue and discussion in the country has become ‘rude, unilateral and dangerous’.

He said that while people across India are living in fear but in BJP, fear is maximum. He said that this is not any kind of organization, it will become a national movement.