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Maharashtra BJP MP denies claiming PM doesn’t like to take questions

Maharashtra BJP MP denies claiming PM doesn’t like to take questions

Nagpur : Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) MP Nana Patole, who was recently quoted as saying that Prime Minister Narendra Modi doesn’t like being asked questions, has refuted remarking so, claiming that he is being defamed.
Talking to ANI, Patole said, “I was part of an event organized on farmer distress and related issues and I was speaking on the topic,” adding, “It was a non-political event and I didn’t comment on any of the two – the Chief Minister (Devendra Fadnavis) and the Prime Minister ( Narendra Modi).”

“The program is used to defame me,” alleged the former Congress man.

Patole, an MP from Bhandara-Gondiya, created all this controversy a day ago when, while speaking at a event in Nagpur, he said that Prime Minister Modi doesn’t like being questioned.

He also said that the Prime Minister got angry when he asked him questions over farmer suicides. ( ANI)