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Modi’s attacks part of “me, myself and I alone” syndrome: Omar

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omar abdullahaNew Delhi: Deprecating Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s attacks abroad on previous governments, former Chief Minister Omar Abdullah saw it as a part of “that whole thing of about me, myself and I alone”.
Abdullah, also a former Minister of State for External Affairs, said it was wrong for Modi to criticise the opposition during his foreign visits or say that people felt ashamed of being born Indian till he became Prime Minister.
“That is something that I don’t approve of. To go abroad and target your political opposition or to say that people were embarrassed to be an Indian till I came along as Prime Minister, I think it is wrong. It again is part of that whole thing of about being me, myself and I alone,” Abdullah told PTI here.
He also took a dig at Modi, saying,”because the implication of that is he himself was embarrassed to be Indian until exactly one year ago. Which means that he did not get a visa to go to America but everywhere else that he went as Chief Minister of Gujarat, he was actually embarrassed to show has passport. “And he probably apologised to every immigration official saying ‘Look I am really sorry it is an Indian passport, main kyan karun, mujhe badi sharam aah rahi hai, lekin mujhe dikhana padega (what should I do, I am very ashamed but I have to show my passport)’. That is the implication of what he is saying, which is wrong.”

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