Ai­yar’s re­mark putting more dent into Congress

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FOR­MER prime min­is­ter Dr Man­mo­han Singh, who was amongst the prom­i­nent In­dian cit­i­zens hav­ing at­tended din­ner­meet­ing hosted by Mani Shankar Ai­yar at his New Delhi res­i­dence with some Pak­istani diplo­mats in De­cem­ber, was quick to re­spond when such a meet­ing was crit­i­cised by Prime Min­is­ter Naren­dra Modi at an elec­tion rally in Gu­jarat.

Na­tion is wait­ing for sim­i­lar swift re­ac­tion from Dr Man­mo­han Singh and oth­ers hav­ing at­tend­ing the said din­ner-meet­ing on pro-Pak­istani and an­tiIn­dian sen­ti­ments elab­o­rately ex­pressed by their In­dian friend Mani Shankar Ai­yar at Karachi Lit­er­ary Fes­ti­val and also with me­dia-per­sons.

Congress pres­i­dent and UPA chair­per­son both should con­sider about the party con­tin­u­ing to bear heavy bur­den of Mani Shankar Ai­yar. If the party does not get rid of the nui­sance, then process of com­plete drown­ing of al­ready sink­ing ship will be­come even more faster.

In­dian gov­ern­ment in fu­ture should not al­low per­sons like Mani Shankar Ai­yar to visit Pak­istan. Rather words spo­ken by Mani Shankar Ai­yar should be probed care­fully to as­cer­tain if some case can be filed against him. A com­plete so­cial and po­lit­i­cal boy­cott of no­to­ri­ous Pak­istani friend hold­ing In­dian cit­i­zen­ship is need of the hour. Sub­hash Chan­dra Agrawal

Delhi

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