new Delhi. Lyricist, author and chairman of Central Board of Film Certification, Prasoon Joshi, whereas mentioning the continued opposition to the amended Citizenship Act (CAA) and National Citizenship Register (NRC), mentioned right here on Thursday that we’re giving up dignity in disagreement. Apart from this, he additionally objected to non-public assaults through the protest and mentioned that disagreements must be dignified and private assaults must be prevented.
During a session on the Jaipur Sahitya Utsav, Joshi mentioned, 'Private assault has develop into a standard factor in the meanwhile. There might be consensus and disagreement on one thing, however as of late we’re giving up dignity in disagreement. <! –
There can be disagreement but it surely must be a dignified disagreement. He additionally suggested to keep away from private assaults in disagreement and praised Prime Minister Narendra Modi and mentioned, 'I say to you repeatedly, I repeatedly say that our Prime Minister is devoted to the nation. I’ve little question about it.
In reality, he was requested questions on his use of the phrase 'fakir' for Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Responding to this, he mentioned that even today there can be only a few individuals who will deny that our Prime Minister Narendra Modi thinks for 100 % of the nation. You can not doubt this, that's why I used the phrase 'fakir' for him. He mentioned, 'Modi thinks not for himself however for the nation'.