Nitin Gadkari said that if a person accepts that I have got more than what I deserve, then that person can be happy and satisfied.
Political drama continues in Maharashtra. Meanwhile, Union Minister and MP from Nagpur Nitin Gadkari has given a big statement. He has struck a chord with the BJP and Shiv Sena MLAs. Union minister Nitin Gadkari on Friday said those who aspired to become ministers are now unhappy as the grounds have become “crowded” and do not know what to do with their “stitched suits”.
Most people are never happy – Nitin Gadkari
Speaking at an event organized by Nagpur Vidyapeeth Shikshan Manch, senior BJP leader Nitin Gadkari referred to the concept of ‘domestic happy human index’ proposed by the Prime Minister of Bhutan and said that most people are never happy. . He said that if a person accepts that I have got more than what I deserve, then that person can be happy and satisfied.
Nitin Gadkari said corporators are unhappy because they did not become MLAs, MLAs are unhappy because they did not become ministers and ministers remain dissatisfied because they did not get a good ministry. He further said that now those who were to become (ministers) are unhappy thinking will their turn ever come? It has become so crowded. The people present there clapped a lot on Gadkari’s statement.
There is a lot of crowd right now – Gadkari
Nitin Gadkari laughingly said that he was ready by tailoring the suit (for the swearing-in ceremony). Now the question is what to do with that suit, (as) there is a rush (of candidates). Gadkari further said that the hall where the program was taking place had a capacity of 2200 and could accommodate a lot of people, but the size of the ministry could not be increased.
The NCP faction led by Ajit Pawar joined the Maharashtra government on 2 July. Since then, opposition leaders have been claiming that there is growing discontent between the MLAs of the Shiv Sena led by Chief Minister Eknath Shinde and its ally BJP. This is because his ministerial ambitions are failing.