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Yechury says Modi’s frequent foreign trips to make up for years of not being able to fly

Senior CPI(M) leader Sitaram Yechury on Friday slammed Prime Minister’s frequent foreign tours saying he is travelling abroad so much now to make up for not being permitted to travel to some countries for many years. “May be he was not able to travel for the past ten years. I mean not being permitted to […]

Written by Ruhi Tewari | Visakhapatnam | Updated: April 17, 2015 7:05:56 pm
sitaram yechury, modi, narendra modi CPI(M) leader Sitaram Yechury at the party’s 21st National Congress in Visakhapatnam on Tuesday. (Source: PTI Photo)

Senior CPI(M) leader Sitaram Yechury on Friday slammed Prime Minister’s frequent foreign tours saying he is travelling abroad so much now to make up for not being permitted to travel to some countries for many years.

“May be he was not able to travel for the past ten years. I mean not being permitted to travel by these countries. He has got the chance now and he is going all over these countries. Let him. If he advances India with his dressing and all, it is good,” he said.

Yechury further said that Modi was creating more garbage than cleaning it, referring to the Prime Minister’s comments in Canada yesterday that his government was cleaning up the mess left behind by the previous governments.

“It (Modi’s comments) is like one of those sustained release medicines. Mr Modi is like one of the sustained release campaigns. Wherever he goes he is doing it. Since it (Canada) is a new country, there are new NRIs, but the campaign is the same,” he said while talking to reporters.

“Back home what are you doing? The economic policies you are following are actually compounding people’s miseries …What he is doing is actually creating more garbage which is accumulating in our country. Therefore, I said it is a sustained political campaign,” he said.

Talking about the ongoing 21st national Congress of CPI(M) here, Yechury said general secretary Prakash Karat had introduced the draft political resolution for discussion, and 2,552 amendments and 248 suggestions were received while 71 amendments were accepted since it was released in January.

One of the objectives of congress was to produce an action plan for the growth of the party on its own, he said.

(With inputs from PTI)

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