50% of Indian MPs have criminal cases against Parliament: Prime Minister of Singapore

Singapore’s Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong says more than half of India’s parliamentarians have criminal cases against them. India has strongly objected to the statement.

According to the German broadcaster, the Prime Minister of Singapore, Lee Hsien Loong, while discussing the issue of democracy in the country’s parliament a few days ago, said that criminal cases have been registered against more than half of the members of the Indian Parliament today.

Lee Sen Loong added that Nehru’s India has now become a country where criminal cases against almost half of the members of the Lok Sabha are pending, including allegations of rape and murder.

It should be noted that Singapore is an important strategic partner of India and there is a close relationship between the top leadership of both the countries. The Indian Foreign Ministry summoned the ambassador to Singapore and expressed outrage over Lee Sen’s statement, saying it was “unnecessary”.

According to media reports, the Modi government has recently launched a campaign against India’s first Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru, under which the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party blames Nehru’s policies on all issues of the country as well as disputes with neighboring countries.

According to observers, at a time when the Modi government is trying its best to blame the Congress government for the mistakes of the past, the praise of Jawaharlal Nehru by Singapore’s Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong could backfire.



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