‘Dismissive’: Modi’s critics attack him in online rant

“Dismembered” are the words of some of the most influential Indians in the country, including Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s former deputy Manmohan Singh.

Modi, who has been in power for more than half a century, was not amused.

“I have never been dismissive of them.

I have never dismissed anyone,” Modi told NDTV.

“If I had, I would have said that they were not worthy of being dismissed.

It is a sort of ‘sadism’. “

There is a tendency for people who do not have much of a grasp of the country to dismiss and dismiss, as if they are incapable of doing so.

India’s economy has suffered a series of setbacks over the past two years, the biggest blow to the Modi government being the failure of the government to pass the Goods and Services Tax (GST) in December and to secure ratification of the Goods-for-Input Tax Agreement (GIFT) with the United States. “

I do not think that is an acceptable way to conduct public life.”

India’s economy has suffered a series of setbacks over the past two years, the biggest blow to the Modi government being the failure of the government to pass the Goods and Services Tax (GST) in December and to secure ratification of the Goods-for-Input Tax Agreement (GIFT) with the United States.

The GST has become a rallying cry for the opposition.

Modi has also faced criticism for the slow pace of his reforms to curb corruption, which have included raising the minimum wage, reducing subsidies for agriculture and increasing subsidies for water and electricity.

He has also been criticised for being slow to implement key elements of his economic agenda, such as privatisation and lowering interest rates.

He has also made it clear that he will not tolerate any form of corruption and has taken measures to punish those found guilty of it.

“If they (the opponents) were really going to try and attack him, they could have done so before he got into office.

They could have attacked him before he was even inaugurated, but they chose not to do so,” Modi said.