Bengaluru: In just six months of his second tenure as the PM, Narendra Modi has passed riveting legislations that Congress would have even shuddered to pass in an entire lifetime. 

But instead of praising and eulogising the PM, the Congress has decided to humiliate him on international platforms. Supervised by Sam Pitroda, the chief of Indian Overseas Congress (IOC) persons of Indian origin will hold protests in front of Indian embassies/consulates in different countries including New Zealand, Sydney and England. 

The protests are supposedly to show the entire world how the Modi government has mishandled the economy and thrown farmers into a distress. 
Incidentally, this is not the first time that IOC is planning to humiliate the Indian prime minister. Though protests are a natural way to show outrage, to globalise a local issue and to get mileage out of it is cheap. 

Several months ago, as per a report, a Congress delegation, headed by Sam Pitroda met Jeremy Corbyn, Leader of the Labour Party and Leader of the Opposition since 2015 in British Parliament. Their discussions focussed on the situation in Kashmir. Earlier to this, Corbyn had openly criticised India on the abrogation of Article 370 in Jammu and Kashmir.
The meeting was in fact confirmed by the leader himself in a tweet.

A resolution was also passed seeking de-escalation and an end to the cycle of violence.

Also Read: Congress ends up being shamed!

Sam Pitroda was also in the news for his “hua to hua” comment regarding the 1984 anti-Sikh riots. Not just the PM, but everyone across the country was embarrassed about such a casual and shameless comment. 

Back to the issue of international humiliation, the Congress may have an agenda to demonise the PM globally, but any sane thinking Indian would never support any crucifixion of the PM who has been elected democratically. 

It’s high time Congress realised it will only end up humiliating itself.