Former bureaucrats defend the prime minister in an open letter and defeat critical colleagues
A group of former judges and bureaucrats accused another group of former bureaucrats who expressed concern about “politics of hatred” in an open letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, accusing them of trying to shake public opinion in vain. bottom. In “Virtue Signaling”.
The group called itself a “citizen of concern” and said it did not believe there was a “sincere motive” in the open letter to Prime Minister Modi by the Constitutional Action Group (CCG), the name of the former Bureaucratic Association.
They said the letter was a group way to dispel dissatisfaction with public opinion “being well behind Modi” and quoted the BJP’s recent election victory.
Former Sikkim High Court Secretary Permod Kohli, Former Foreign Ministers Kanwal Sibbal and Shashank, and Former RAW Secretary Sanjeev Tripathi have signed eight former judges, 97 former bureaucrats, and 92 former RAW letters. One of the military officers. To counter the CCG letter signed by 108 former bureaucrats.
“Their’anger and anguish’actually implements the politics of hatred they are trying to fight by not only transmitting a virtue signal, but also trying to design hatred for the current government with patent prejudice and misrepresentation. Of the citizens who are worried.