New Delhi: Everyone knows Union Minister Nitin Gadkari for the good work of his ministry and the roads of the country are also testifying to it. Now Nitin Gadkari, while giving good knowledge on politics during a program in Rajasthan Legislative Assembly, took a jibe at all the politicians and said that every leader remains unhappy.
Be it MLA or CM, everyone is unhappy: Gadkari
Nitin Gadkari said tauntingly, ‘MLAs are unhappy because they are not made ministers, ministers are sad because they did not get good portfolios, ministers who got good portfolios are sad because they could not become chief ministers and chief ministers They are sad that they do not know how long they will remain in office.
The story of politics in the words of Sharad Joshi
In a webinar organized in the Legislative Assembly on the topic ‘Parliamentary Democracy and People’s Expectations’, the Union Minister said that the well-known satirist Sharad Joshi had written, ‘Those who were not of use in the states, were sent to Delhi. Those who were of no use in Delhi made them governors and those who were not of use there, made them ambassadors.
Advice to keep playing like ODI cricket
Nitin Gadkari said that while being the President of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), he could not find anyone who was not sad. He said, ‘I was asked by a journalist that how do you remain happy, I said that I do not worry about the future, he who does not worry about the future, he remains happy. Keep playing like ODI cricket. When I asked Sachin Tendulkar and Sunil Gavaskar the secret of hitting fours and sixes, they said, this is a skill. Similarly, politics is also a skill.
The statement came after the change of CM in Gujarat
Let us inform you that Nitin Gadkari said these things recently after Bhupendra Patel became the Chief Minister in place of Vijay Rupani, the Chief Minister of Gujarat. The BJP had also changed chief ministers in Uttarakhand and Karnataka a few days ago. Apart from this, there has been a dispute between the leaders of the Rajasthan and Punjab Congress for the last few months.