BJP finally gives it back to Shatrughan Sinha: “Quit if you don't like it here”

This advice came from Bihar’s deputy CM, and senior BJP leader Sushil Kumar Modi who said Sinha had “fallen into bad company of Yashwant Sinha.”

BJP finally gives it back to Shatrughan Sinha: “Quit if you don't like it here” BJP finally gives it back to Shatrughan Sinha: “Quit if you don't like it here” Source : press

Bollywood veteran Shatrughan Sinha; had ruled the silver screens for over 3 decades. The actor began his political career in Atal Bihari Vajpayee's government and was a Cabinet minister. However; Sinha has had a fall out with the current leadership after being ignored in the 2015 Bihar Assembly polls.


Ever since; the ‘Naseeb' actor has been seen taking jibs at Modi Led government and BJP for their way of functioning and various other current issues. And now finally; the BJP has given an ultimatum to Sinha that he is free to leave the party "if he does not like it here."


This advice came from Bihar Deputy CM, and senior BJP leader Sushil Kumar Modi who said Sinha had "fallen into bad company of Yashwant Sinha."


Mr. Sushil was quoted saying," Shatrughan Sinha is also my icon but the manner in which he is targeting the BJP, he should quit. He is using all sorts of language against the party which made him the cabinet minister, Rajya Sabha member for two terms and gave him two terms in the Lok Sabha."


The comments between the two leaders were happening on a news channel program that the two political veterans had coincidently jointly attended. 


Mr. Modi further went on to say," You have fallen in the bad company of Yashwant Sinha and, therefore, lashing out at our national leaders including the PM. You have been constantly targeting the party which made you Rajya Sabha member twice and then Lok Sabha member twice, besides Cabinet Minister in the Vajpayee government. If you are not happy, stop cribbing and just quit."


What seems to have irked the BJP is the fact that apart from speaking negatively about the party; Sinha has also been seen associating with the opposition and went on to met RJD chief Lalu Prasad Yadav who is currently recuperating in the Rajendra Institute of Medical Sciences (RIIMS) in Ranchi. 


Though Sinha has said that the meeting was personal; he has been seen praising RJD leader Tejashwi Yadav.


Infact, Mr. Modi has challenged the Bollywood veteran to contest from another party if he is so sure about his win. The BJP leader was quoted saying," His victory in last parliamentary elections was made possible by the joint efforts of BJP leaders Nand Kishore Yadav, Sanjeev Chaurasia, Arun Kumar Sinha and Nitish Navin."


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