Jaisalmer: In a sharp attack on Narendra Modi and BJP campaign centric around him, expelled party veteran Jaswant Singh today deprecated “veneration” of an individual and said world was full of graveyards of those who are considered indispensable to their nation.
Singh, who was expelled by the party yesterday for six years for refusing to withdraw his nomination as an independent form Barmer, further added that no political party should become handmaiden of an individual.
He also hit hard at BJP president Rajhnath Singh saying that he had cautioned the party about his (Rajnath Singh's) presidency and that the party would be victim of his decision.
In an interview to PTI, Singh said, “I don't think veneration of an individual is a proper attitude for a political party.
There was a very great leader of France who said that graveyards of world are full of those who are considered indispensable to their nations.