Rajinikanth accepts invitation to Narendra Modi's swearing-in ceremony, calls him a 'charismatic leader'
Adding Modi's name in the league of 'charismatic leaders the country has seen', Rajinikanth said, 'After Nehru, Rajeev Gandhi, the country has now got Modi. Likewise, after Anna, Kalaignar and Jayalalithaa, this is a victory of Modi.'
Veteran actor Rajinikanth on Monday confirmed that he will be attending the swearing-in ceremony of Prime Minister Narendra Modi to be held on 30 May
The veteran actor termed Modi as a 'charismatic leader' and attributed BJP's victory to him
Dwelling on the poor performance of Congress, Rajinikanth said, 'As a youngster, it is difficult for him Rahul Gandhi to handle senior leaders'
Chennai: Veteran actor Rajinikanth on Monday confirmed that he will be attending the swearing-in ceremony of Prime Minister-elect Narendra Modi to be held on 30 May. Hailing the overwhelming Lok Sabha mandate as a victory of Modi as a leader, the actor said, "This victory is a victory for the person Modi. He is a charismatic leader."
Adding Modi's name in the league of "charismatic leaders the country has seen", Rajinikanth said, "After Nehru, Rajeev Gandhi, the country has now got Modi. Likewise, after Anna, Kalaignar and Jayalalithaa, this is a victory of Modi." Giving counsel to Rahul Gandhi on his insistence to step down from the post of the Congress president, Rajini said, "He should not resign and should prove that he can do it too. In a democracy, the Opposition should also be robust."
Dwelling on the poor performance of the Congress in the recently concluded elections, Rajinikanth said, "As a youngster, it is difficult for him (Gandhi) to handle senior leaders. Moreover, they (Congress) did not work hard."
Praising the NDA government for the Godavari-Kaveri linking project, he said, "Nitin Gadkari brought this project and should be appreciated. It is a very good move." He also hoped that the Central government "will bring good projects to the state" and take the issues concerning the state seriously.
Modi will take oath for a second consecutive term as prime minister on 30 May at 7 pm in the Rashtrapati Bhavan, along with members of the Union Council of Ministers.
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