"Let's have tea": When Atal Bihari Vajpayee made a point with 3 words

"Let's have tea": When Atal Bihari Vajpayee made a point with 3 words

"Let's have tea": When Atal Bihari Vajpayee made a point with 3 words
"Let's have tea": When Atal Bihari Vajpayee made a point with 3 words


• Arun Shourie credits former Prime Minister for bringing the best among those who go ahead

• Mr. Shourie worked closely with Atal Bihari Vajpayee

• Former Prime Ministers were neither expertise nor insecure: Mr. Shourie

Atal Bihari Vajpayee was the Prime Minister and the BJP had lost the election in Maharashtra that the party believed that he could win. Mr. Vajpayee had summoned his top ministers and party leaders to analyze the defeat. He let them talk To eliminate the possibility of BJP, an accused coalition partner Shiv Sena, the other talked about the integration of Muslims against the party and the third, the weak party organization was blamed.

Essentially, Vajpayee Government Cabinet Minister Arun Shourie told All Information,"Everyone is knife in their neighbor". Shri Vajpayee heard them all, a faint smile on their face. The atmosphere was very stressful.

Then he talked.
Vajpayee said, "The conclusion is that there is no new reason for defeat ... let's take tea," Vajpayee said, spreading tension with a small sentence and sending a clear message to party brass.

Mr. Shourie, who worked with Atal Bihari Vajpayee, was the Prime Minister, he gave credit to his former owners for his best performance under his leadership.
The former minister said, "He was such a person who could do the best in others, there are some leaders who bring the worst things to others. He performed the best," the former minister said how the former Prime Minister neither The expertise and neither were insecure.

He will give complete freedom to operate them, Mr. Shourie said, a comment which is in contradiction to the current NDA government, has been charged, which has been alleged that the Prime Minister opposes to focus on too much power in the office. Has been charged.

Former minister, Atal Bihari Vajpayee, who was clearly critical of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, expressed confidence in his team that "he wanted to hear your honest opinion."

In the Cabinet meetings, Mr. Shourie said that even after Deputy Chief Minister LK Advani shared his views on the Cabinet note, PM Vajpayee would get an opportunity to talk to everyone.

"Individuals (priests) will state a wide range of things ... Atalji will close their eyes, others will keep on talking. Sooner or later, somebody will state that Atalji conceives that he is correct, he will state," Hana, Thak is. Ages go (yes, okay. Let's go to the next item on the agenda) ".

Mr. Shourie remembered, "What decision was taken by the last man."

It was like roulette. But everyone could say anything, contrary to Mr. Vajpayee's belief everything

The former Prime Minister considers the gold standard under the BJP leadership, after a long illness, he died in the national capital on Thursday. Three times Prime Minister, one of the nation's most appealling political pioneers, was an ace speaker who might pulverize the opposite side without utilizing the embarrassing term, or coldhearted to someone else.

Mr. Shori said, "Civilization ... this is not just the interpretation of words, it is the subtlety of ideas which he will express." He was humble, but it can also be resolute.

As soon as he humiliated Shivsena, who opposed a book on Shivaji and said that the only response to a book can be a better book.

Or when his cabinet cemented the sacking of the Tamil Nadu government and after implementing the central government after the Union Ministers of the DMK, the police and former Chief Minister M. Karunanidhi attacked.

Mr. Vajpayee refused to go with this idea and said that security of DMK ministers should be improved. "But they are our partners," is the reason for anybody.

Vajpayee replied, "That is why it is our duty to explain them." He would not be in the demand to abuse the power of the center to sack the main rivals, even if he was a rival.

Mr. Shourie said that one of the characteristics of former Prime Minister was that he had some basic beliefs.

The former minister said that there were many instances when the former Prime Minister kept his foot down and stayed on the course.

He said, "I personally know from the VHP, Bajrang Dal that they did not allow them to pursue the pillars and move forward in Ayodhya to pray from any particular line."

It was strongly convinced that India and Pakistan had to find ways to be together as neighbors, that despite the quarrel they continued efforts to normalize relations.

"He goes to bus in Lahore, he is slapped in Kargil and he starts the process in Agra ... because his impression was when you could not change your neighbor, you said sir, remember Laying how he will highlight the importance of reaching Pakistan because India was bigger and stronger.
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