New Delhi: After being snubbed by BJP, actor-turned-politician Shatrughan Sinha is leaving no stone unturned to attack PM Narendra Modi and his government. Sinha, who is likely to join Congress party on April 6, has now called PM Modi ‘outgoing Sirji’ on micro-blogging site Twitter. He also criticised the speeches of Prime Minister Modi and claimed that they lack “lack content and depth” these days.

Honble outgoing Sirji. Why are you wasting so much money on different channels and on the paid and choreographed crowd who chant your name at any given time – during, before & after your speeches on the signal of the conductors. Your rhetorics/speeches lack content and depth these days and have gone to the extent of becoming highly repetitive and irritating.”

He added,”Sirji, I still remain your well wisher despite your EVM misuse and in-spite of all your arrogance. My humble suggestion for you at this eleventh hour would be to become straight and go straight.”

Referring to his recent interview to a news channel, Sinha stated,”Don’t hire or go for paid channels. Instead go for a real and genuine Press Conference with people like Raveesh Kumar, Prasun Vajpayee etc. who can’t be bought can question you in the larger interest of the nation. Go for the Press who are not sycophants and can’t be silenced.”

Sinha’s series of tweets came as Congress chief Rahul Gandhi,released the manifesto for Lok Sabha elections 2019.

After the denial of ticket from Patna Sahib, Shatrughan Sinha met Rahul Gandhi last week and is set to formally join the Congress on April 6. “Painfully….on the way out of BJP….But hopefully in the best direction under the dynamic leadership of my dear friend Lalu Yadav and the desirable, most talked about leader from the Nehru Gandhi family… the true family of nation builders,” Sinha had tweeted.