Union Minister Nitin Gadkari is often known for his statements, his statements are such that you cannot point a finger at them. Gadkari said on Tuesday that the one who does good work never gets respect. Now you would also like to know why he has said this. In fact, he expressed concern over the desire of opportunistic leaders to remain associated with the ruling party and said that the decline in ideology is not a good thing for democracy. Nitin Gadkari further said that there are many leaders who are firm on their ideology, but it is worrying to see their number gradually decreasing.
Union Minister Nitin Gadkari was addressing an event organized by a media group to give awards to MPs for their contribution. During the event he said, “Differences in our debates and discussions are not our problem, our problem is lack of ideas. ” Gadkari further said without taking names, “I always jokingly say that no matter which party is in government, one thing is certain that the one who does good work never gets respect and the one who does bad work is never punished.” Not available.’
Gadkari praised Lalu, remembered Karpoori
During the program, Nitin Gadkari praised the speaking skills of RJD supremo Lalu Prasad Yadav and said that he has learned a lot from the behavior, simplicity and personality of former Defense Minister George Fernandes. He said that after Atal Bihari Vajpayee, the person I was most influenced by was George Fernandes.
Gadkari also praised former Bihar Chief Minister Karpoori Thakur, who was recently awarded the Bharat Ratna posthumously, and said such people have strengthened the country’s democracy. “After stepping down as chief minister, he (Thakur) traveled in an auto-rickshaw and his condition was very normal,” he said and suggested that political leaders should take inspiration from such people.
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