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Unparliamentary words


The former Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh and spokesman of the Congress Digvijay Singh after being thrown out of power seems to have been losing his mental balance. The unprintable language that he is using in regard to the duly elected Prime Minister of the country is unacceptable. Digvijay means conqueror, but this leader of the Congress is a born loser and fast becoming a liability to the party. Wherever he has gone to campaign for the Congress, it has boomerang on the party.
In a democratic setup, everyone has the right and freedom to air their opinion, but with some limitations. One should restrain oneself from using unparliamentary words even against one's worst foes, let alone against a democratically elected leader. It is high time Congress supremo Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi keep tabs on Digvijay Singh, as it is indirectly tarnishing the party's reputation.
Dr Ashim Chowdhury,
Ambari, Guwahati.