Enmity should not turn into anomy. Ideologically one can agree to disagree with other person. One can criticize constructively. No one will stop others from expressing their views on issues in a dignified manner. If someone finds some conspiracy or corrupt practices by people in power, then definitely they can go to the court of law. It is also appreciated if someone depicts something satirically. However, there should be some limits. One should know to practice self censorship. More over those people who are considered as leaders, role models, or person of high dignity in society should weigh their words before speaking or writing. You may be a common man (aam aadmi), but that doesn’t mean that you should be foolish or stupid in expressing your views. Allegations against anyone have to be made with sufficient evidences. Otherwise one should restrain from doing so. But Aam Admi Party (AAP) leader Kumar Vishwas has crossed all his limits and has brought a shame on himself by depicting PM Modi in this manner.
— Dr Kumar Vishvas (@DrKumarVishwas) December 9, 2016
If Kumar Vishwas had to criticize the demonetization policy by PM Modi, then he could have thrown light on the pitfalls of the policy and criticized it. When one does not know how to take on through intellectual debate, he gets into this kind of cheap publicity.
Mr. Arun Upadhyay, a writer and social worker has filed an FIR against Kumar Vishwas for tweeting in such a derogatory manner. He says, “PM belongs to the nation and if someone insults him by using a fake image and news. He gives a wrong message to the world.”
Article 19 of the Constitution provides fundamental right to free speech. But people should be sensible to exercise that right.
Probably Kumar Vishwas has learnt to tweet in such cheap manner from his party chief, Mr. Arvind Kejriwal. Kejriwal had made it a practice to criticise PM Modi for one or other thing everyday irrespective of whether he is has learnt to tweet in such cheap manner from his party chief, Mr. Arvind Kejriwal. Kejriwal had made it a practice to criticise PM Modi for one or other thing everyday irrespective of whether he is saying truth or not.
Being a poet Kumar Vishwas has got very high reputation and fan following. Irrespective of the party differences and other things, he should not have tweeted like this. It doesn’t suit a person of his calibre.
Let those people in leadership positions know their limits.
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