P Chidambaram questions PM Modi over plot to defame Indian tea industry allegation
A day after Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that there is an "international conspiracy" to malign India's tea industry, senior Congress pioneer P Chidambaram attacked him.
The senior Congress pioneer in a tweet asked if tea would document a defamation suit against obscure people.
Alluding to the 'toolkit' shared by Swedish dissident Greta Thunberg, PM Modi had on Sunday asserted that there was a conspiracy to criticise the Indian tea during his stay in Assam.
Responding to the remark, Chidambaram asked how one can 'defame' Indian tea? Will 'tea' record a defamation suit against unknown people?
PM Modi had likewise requested that individuals in Assam to give a befitting reaction to the intrigue. In his location to individuals in the survey bound state, PM Modi said that no tea garden specialist in Assam ought to endure this assault.
PM Modi said that he's certain that they will win this battle against these schemers as they are more grounded than these powers with a personal stake.
In the 'toolkit' shared by the environment activist, it was said that India's "yoga and chai" picture ought to be disturbed as a component of the pushback against the combative farm laws presented by the Indian central government.