News Desk, Tech for FTCP, New Delhi
Updated Tue, 17 Nov 2020 08:57 PM IST
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First Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot condemned Sibal's statement and now Salman Khurshid has written a long Facebook post describing him as a 'Doubting Thomas', a man of habitual suspicion, whose uneasiness emerges from time to time. Not only this, he has advised Sibal to leave the party in an interview.
Starting the Facebook post with the poetry of Khurshid Mughal emperor Bahadur Shah Zafar, he wrote, 'When the news was not given to us recently, we saw the ego skills of others, the sight of their evils, then there was no problem in the eyes .. … Bahadur Shah Zafar and his words can be a meaningful metaphor for many of our party colleagues who are periodically beset by restlessness. '
Salman Khurshid has said that if voters are not giving importance to our liberal views which we are patronizing, then we should be prepared for a long struggle rather than looking for shortcuts to come to power.
He further wrote that the removal from power cannot be easily accepted in public life but if it is the result of politics of our principles then it should be accepted with respect. If we compromise with our principles to gain power, it is better that we give up all this.