"The language used by the Prime Minister against a chief minister of a state was uncharacteristically sharp and is a matter of concern," Singh said.

"There was nothing illuminating about what he said. A prime minister must not single out chief minister of a state and subject him to criticism," Singh said.

He was commenting on the Prime Minister's attack on Gujarat Chief Minister Modi on Friday when Singh had said it would be disastrous for the country to have him as the PM.

On AAP's success in Delhi assembly polls, Jaswant Singh said, "Every political party should think seriously about the performance of AAP."


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