'Dance naked': Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar's advice to chronic critics
Parrikar, who attended a Bharatiya Janata Party meeting in Sattari sub district in north Goa, located 40 km from Panaji, was speaking on Monday vis-a-vis the limits of criticism.
"I still remember in 1968 during the Watergate issue, he (an editor) had written a large editorial advising (Richard) Nixon. Now, how could an editorial written by him in Marathi reach Nixon? He is in America.
"Some people do not understand their limits. They keep blabbering. I have some good advice for them. Remove your clothes and dance naked (kapde kadha ani nagde nacha).
"One will get even better publicity," Parrikar said, while referring to an editor of a vernacular newspaper here.
"I give one advice to those who abuse to get publicity. There was a newspaper here. It is still there. I will not take its name. It had an editor.
"He was an international level editor, he was brought here in his old age. His newspaper had a sale of 1,000..." the former Goa Chief Minister said.
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