Shatrughan Sinha’s jibe at PM Modi: Visit nations left on the globe after Parliament session

NEW DELHI. BJP lawmaker Shatrughan Sinha on Wednesday told Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who’s also his party colleague, that the “heavens wouldn’t have fallen” if he’d left for his Africa sojourn after the current Parliament session.
Alluding to the PM’s frequent foreign trips, Sinha said Modi could have still “visited some of the nations left on the globe” that he hasn’t been to after the current session of Parliament.
Dear Sir! As usual,while Parliament is in session, you are on a 3 Nation African tour. Heavens wouldn’t have falle… https://t.co/rLlBHBfFXE
Sinha, a former Bolywood star, also criticized the PM for what he said is his silence on the growing number of lynching incidents in the country.Complimenting the PM for gifting 200 cows to Rwanada, the BJP MP from Patna Sahib then asked him to break his silence over the rising mob lynching incidents in India.
Sinha said that being abroad doesn’t prevent the PM from condemning the lynchings.He also referred to a privilege motion moved against the government on the Rafale deal and said, “humble request to direct us” on how to proceed.&killing of innocent people, alleging tht some of our people are hand & glove in these horrific deeds.