Tharoor's tweet has irked many in the grand old party, particularly those in Kerala, from where he is a parliamentarian.
The state chapter of the grand old party will seek an explanation from the Thiruvananthapuram MP on the matter following which the next step will be taken, Kerala Congress president Mullappally Ramachandran said.
On Wednesday, former Union minister Ramesh had also said Modi's governance model was "not a complete negative story", adding that not recognising his work and demonising him all the time was not going to help.
The senior Congress leader says it is time to ponder over what Narendra Modi did between 2014 and 2019 so that he was voted back to power by over '30 per cent of the electorate'
Parliament approved the amendment to the RTI Act, with Rajya Sabha on Thursday passing it after negating an Opposition sponsored motion to send it to a House committee for greater scrutiny.
The Prime Minister is 'taking revenge' for the disclosure in five cases directed under it which includes disclosure of demonetisation and regarding his educational qualifications, Congress leader Jairam Ramesh said.
Former minister Jairam Ramesh also noted that "false news" was the biggest enterprise in "Make in India" under the Modi government, as he accused the BJP of "manufacturing" issues out of non-issues.
"Gandhi also was a great believer in 'mann ki baat', but her 'mann ki baat' was a listening 'mann ki baat' not a speaking 'mann ki baat'. When she did 'mann ki baat', she listened, she didn't pontificate," said Ramesh.
"More important than the expression Jairam used, he said the Congress needs new ideas new thoughts, new methods of working, new ways,” said Aiyar
"Yes, the Congress party is facing a very serious crisis,"
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