Social media fight is now in control, Harish Rawat and Anil Baluni praised each other
The war of words started on social media seems to be ending now. On Monday, Harish Rawat wrote on his Facebook page that raising questions in Parliament is an effective weapon of development
Recently, two strong leaders of the state, who have been attacking each other on social media, have praised each other. Former CM and Congress National General Secretary Harish Rawat has praised BJP's national media in charge and Rajya Sabha MP Anil Baluni for raising the issue of Almora tea gardens in Parliament. At the same time, Baluni has also thanked Rawat.
The war of words started on social media, which seems to be ending now. On Monday, Harish Rawat wrote on his Facebook page that raising questions in Parliament is an effective weapon of development. I achieved a lot in the 80s using this weapon of mine for the Almora parliamentary constituency.
By the time Haridwar's turn came, I had become a minister, but I achieved a lot for Uttarakhand, which was possible only through parliamentary questions. I loved it when I read in the newspapers what the central government would do for the expansion of tea.
This point came from the question of Anil Baluni. A young MP is working in that direction in which way he can get central funds for Uttarakhand. I wish him to continue doing so despite serious ideological differences. I have expressed my wish to him by telephone also.
I thank Harish Ji for this : Baluni
In response to Harish Rawat's post, Anil Baluni wrote, "Every positive political discourse should be welcomed, which advocates for the common man outside party boundaries. Such a rare scene can be seen only in the beautiful democracy of our country when despite all the contradictions and differences, everyone is praised, encouraged and morale-boosted on a positive subject from an open platform. I thank Harish Rawat Ji for this.