P Chidambaram takes a dig at Amitabh Kant's 'Democracy Remark'
P Chidambaram has strongly condemned the bureaucracy. Taking a dig at the alleged remarks of NITI Aayog CEO Amitabh Kant on the issue of democracy.
New Delhi: Former Union Minister and senior Congress leader P Chidambaram has strongly condemned the bureaucracy. Taking a dig at the alleged remarks of NITI Aayog CEO Amitabh Kant on the issue of democracy, senior Congress leader P Chidambaram on Friday said that there is too much "bureaucracy" in the country.
Apart from this, he has also attacked the new laws of the Uttar Pradesh government.
There is too much democracy: Chidambaram
Chidambaram wrote in one of his tweets, "There is too much democracy, says a senior bureaucrat. There is too much bureaucracy, says an enlightened Democrat. In a series of tweets, he led the BJP to enact a law on 'Love Jihad'". Wali said for the Uttar Pradesh government that the foundation of a new parliament building was laid on the 'ruins' of a liberal democracy.
Seeking the 'Nobel Prize' for the UP government in the field of literature and peace, he tweeted, "The foundation of a new Parliament House laid on the ruins of a liberal democracy." "UP government's creativity deserves two Nobel Prizes."
The Congress leader asked in another tweet, "UP is the most creative state in law making and application of law. Who else could have invented a crime called 'Love Jihad'?
Amitabh Kant's statement made headlines:
Chidambaram alleged that the state government led by Yogi Adityanath was misusing the new law. “UP is more constructive in the application of law. See three examples: a) FIR filed without any complaint; B) An FIR immediately becomes a non-bailable warrant and c) an arrest is made without an FIR.
A few days ago, NITI Aayog CEO Amitabh Kant had said that there is too much democracy in India, due to which it is difficult to implement reforms here.