Bihar, Assam facing worst flood ever, PM Modi tweets condolences to Nepal flood victims


New Delhi : Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is known for addressing foreign issues faster and quicker, when kids was dying in Gorakhpur hospital he sent his condolence to Spain terror attack victims but not a single tweet was sent to victim family who lost their newborn and kids in Gorakhpur Tragedy.

Modi’s silence reignited the debate over his politics of opportunism and his glaring hypocrisy. Unfazed by widespread condemnation, Modi chose not to comment on Gorakhpur tragedy even in his Independence Day speech. He simply made a passing reference to children’s deaths.


Three days later, Modi once again proved that he is master in sending condolence to other country, he posted not one but two tweets expressing his condolences for the victims of the Nepal floods.

He wrote, “Spoke to Nepal PM, Rt. Hon. Sher Bahadur Deuba. Expressed condolences on the loss of lives due to flooding in Nepal. India stands shoulder to shoulder with the people of Nepal & is ready to provide all possible relief assistance.”

Nepal has indeed been affected by the fury of recent floods that saw more than 100 people losing their lives. But the same floods have adversely impacted the lives of over 1 crore people in India by leaving more than 300 people. In Bihar alone, more than 150 people have been killed.

The flood has also badly hit Assam, Bengal, Uttar Pradesh and Gujarat. In Gujarat, but he don’t feel like speaking to state CM and assuring all possible help. But he did this to Nepal flood victims. We are not against the friendly nature of sending condolence to Nepal, but at same time PM Modi should also express his condolence to Bihar victims.


His latest tweets will once again prompt his adversaries to label him as a prime minister, whose heart beats more for the foreign nationals than his own people.

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