Shatrughan Sinha alleges BJP of turning democracy into 'dictatorship'

06 Apr 2019 08:12 PM

Shatrughan Sinha alleges BJP of turning democracy into 'dictatorship'

Updated 06 Apr 2019 08:12 PM

Dissident BJP MP Shatrughan Sinha Saturday joined the Congress, which welcomed him with a Lok Sabha ticket, as he lambasted his former party, terming it a "one-man show and two-men army".
The 72-year-old actor-turned-politician said he left the BJP, on its foundation day Saturday, with "immense pain and heavy heart". He alleged there is no place left in the party for dialogue and its leadership does not value its own veterans, and views its opponents as "enemies".

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