After the arrest of Chidambaram, some senior Congress leaders have become frightened and have begun singing praises of Modi. \n\n\n\nP Chidambaram was the home minister in 2010 and Amit Shas\nwas the accused in a fake encounter case. Chidambaram had sent him to jail. Now\nthe turn of events have made Amit Shah Home Minister and Chidambaram is in\njail.\n\n\n\nUnfortunately the guest house of CBI headquarters in which\nChidambaram has been kept after his arrest was inaugurated in 2011 by none\nother than Chidambaram himself as union minister. \n\n\n\nP Chidambaram is guilty of corruption or not, this will be\ndecided by the court on the basis of evidences and witnesses. However, Congress\nalleges that Chidambaram\u2019s arrest is nothing but political vendetta because Chidambaram\nhad been continuously writing against economic policies of the government hence\nhe was given the punishment. He had also been opposing scraping of article 370.\n\n\n\n\nAfter the arrest of Chidambaram, some senior Congress\nleaders have become frightened and have begun singing praises of Modi.\n\n\n\nFollowing the footsteps of party colleague Jairam Ramesh,\nCongress leaders Abhishek Singhvi and Shashi Tharoor on Friday also began\nsinging praises for Prime Minister. They said "demonising" Narendra\nModi was "wrong" and the prime minister should be praised for doing\nthe right things.\n\n\n\nModi's acts must be judged "issue-wise, not\nperson-wise" said Singhvi. On the other hand Tharoor said praising the\nprime minister for doing the right things would lend credibility to the\nopposition's criticism of him.\n\n\n\nSinghvi tweeted: "Always said demonising #Modi wrong.\nNo only is he #PM of nation, a one way opposition actually helps him. Acts are\nalways good, bad & indifferent\u2014they must be judged issue wise and nt person\nwise. Certainly, #ujjawala scheme is only one amongst other good deeds.\n#Jairamramesh" \n\n\n\n\nhttps:\/\/twitter.com\/DrAMSinghvi\/status\/1164735118079959040\n\n\n\n\nJoining Singhvi, Tharoor said, "As you know, I have\nargued for six years now that Narendra Modi should be praised whenever he says\nor does the right thing, which would add credibility to our criticisms whenever\nhe errs. I welcome others in opposition coming around to a view for which I was\nexcoriated at the time."