Jharkhand CM Hemant Soren tweeted, PM didn't speak on matters of importance
Jharkhand Chief Minister, Hemant Soren hours after a telephonic conversation with the PM, claimed that the conversation was a 'monologue.' Modi spoke on the country's COVID situation, but didn't feel the importance to hear from the other side.
"Adarniya Pradhan Mantriji Ji ne phone Kiya. Unhone Sirf Apne Mann ki baat ki. Behtar hota agar wo kaam ki baat karte aur kaam ki baat sunte" ( the respected PM called, he spoke on what was in his mind, it would have been better if he talked on what was important and heard the points of importance) he tweeted later on Thursday night.
"The Jharkhand CM's angst was palpable," said a source close to the CM. "PM Modi did not ask anything on the condition of the state and on resources and what all the state needed. The state has been struggling to get the required medicines. He just went on and on. This led the CM to write this tweet," the source said.
The PM also spoke to the CMs of Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Odisha, and the LGs of Puducherry and J&K on the COVID situation in their states, a source reported.
Source: The Indian express
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