'My Hindi isn't good': Sam Pitroda apologises for his ‘hua to hua' remark | Master Stroke

10 May 2019 10:12 PM

'My Hindi isn't good': Sam Pitroda apologises for his ‘hua to hua' remark | Master Stroke

Updated 10 May 2019 10:12 PM

After Sam Pitroda's comments on 1984 anti-Sikh violence ballooned into a controversy, the senior Congress party leader on Friday apologized and said that he was "misrepresented and blown out of proportion".

While talking to a news agency, Sam Pitroda said “the statement I made was completely twisted, taken out of context because my Hindi isn't good, what I meant was 'jo hua vo bura hua,' I couldn't translate 'bura' in my mind.”  

“What I meant was move on. We have other issues to discuss as to what BJP govt did and what it delivered. I feel sorry that my remark was misrepresented, I apologise. This has been blown out of proportion” he added.

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