Go away when people ask why… Jairam Ramesh said we need a leader like Jesinda. Latest News in India Congress Leader Jairam Ramesh Says India Needs A Politician Like Jacinda Ardern Recalls Vijay Merhant’s Speech
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern will step down next month. He said: ‘I am leaving this position because it is a position that comes with many responsibilities… I know what this position requires and I know that I no longer have the desire. This is a real thing.
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Congress the leader Jai Ram Ramesh The Prime Minister of New Zealand has announced his resignation Jacinda Ardern He was praised on Thursday and said, there is a need for more people like him in Indian politics. Instead Ardern announced today that she will resign and February 7 will be her last day as Prime Minister. He said that there will be elections in the country on October 14 and until then he will work as an MP.
Congress general secretary Jairam Ramesh wrote: Former cricket commentator Vijay Merchant once said about retirement at the peak of his career: Go when people say why, not when people ask why it doesn’t work. Following Merchant’s comments, New Zealand Prime Minister Ardern said she was resigning from the job. The Congress leader said, there is a need for more people like him in Indian politics.
‘I gave my best when I was working’
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said she will step down and there will be a general election in the country in October. With tears in her eyes, Ardern told reporters in Napier that February 7 would be her last day as prime minister. He said, the sixth year of my administration will begin and every year I have given my best. He announced that the next election in New Zealand will be held on 14 October and will continue as an MP until then. It is not yet known who will be the prime minister until this election. Deputy Prime Minister Grant Robertson has announced he will not run for the leadership of the Labor Party.
‘I’m not leaving this position because…’
Ardern described her role as one of many opportunities but also a challenge. He said that in order to play this role, one must always be ready to face the unexpected. He said, I am not leaving this post because it has many problems. If that had been the case, I would have left the job two months after becoming the Prime Minister. I am leaving this position because the opportunity that comes with it comes with many responsibilities…the responsibility of knowing when you are qualified to lead and when you are not. I know what this position requires and I know I have no desire now. This is a real thing.
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