The chairman of Bajaj, Rahul Bajaj said that there is an environment of fear in the country and that the government is not open to criticism. This has caused a debate on Twitter.
Rahul Bajaj is a well-known businessman, philanthropist and politician. The Chairman of the well-established brand ‘Bajaj’ is also a member of the parliament. However, people began a whole discussion on Twitter following a statement made by him. At a recent event, Rahul Bajaj said that the people of the country cannot openly criticise the government and that there is an atmosphere of fear in the country. People claimed that he made a comment hurting the national interest. While some opposed him, some were in support of the industrialist.
Here is how Twitterati reacted to comment made by Rahul Bajaj:
With all due respect ma'am @nsitharaman, our great nation is not a political party, So his statement can't hurt our national interests.
But the question is
can a ruling political party hurts a industrialist interests like #RahulBahaj?
Allow people to speak 😊#FearOfModiSarkar
— Adi (@aditya0484) December 2, 2019
And they still expect the business community to support them in the 5 fkn trillion economy..🤯 #HamaraBajaj #RahulBahaj 🇮🇳🔥🕊️
Hidden In Crowd the stage is set!
It needs one man proud for the fire I bet!https://t.co/tT2NutqFnB https://t.co/YSWiM6n2wa
— Justice Le given (@cadreg3) December 2, 2019
— Murhsid Hindi (@mhaider77) December 2, 2019
Because the Ministers and the party IT head and the troll army leaders followed by these Ministers have themselves been leading the attack against #RahulBahaj
— Elizabeth Seshadri (@lizsesh) December 2, 2019
When BJP was in opposition intellectual #HumaraBajaj criticised them for disrupting the parliament,
But when Congress is in opposition he has never bothered to criticise them for their constant irrelevant disruptions.
For this impartiality you were talking about ? pic.twitter.com/GutJYfm3fZ
— Vasu Bajpai (@bajpai_vasu) December 1, 2019
— TheNikhil (@vermanikhilv) December 1, 2019
— Devanshu Mehra (@mehra_devanshu) December 2, 2019
Can we call him a patriot? Yes, definitely. He isn’t just thinking for himself otherwise he would have not spoken and kept quiet like others present at same venue. I like his direct confrontation ‘chadh ja beta sooli par’. #HumaraBajaj
— Pankaj (@pankaj_kkumar) November 30, 2019
you can tell yourself, whatever floats your boat.
— CoffeeStains (@coffeestains11) December 1, 2019
What do you think about his comment?