Saturday, July 27, 2013

Statements, Withdrawals, and Apologies - Indian Politicians - India Parliament Elections - 2014

27 July 2013
Won’t apologize for Narendra Modi remarks, Amartya Sen

26 July 2013

Raj Babbar, Farooq Abdullah express regret over meal remarks

Chandan Mitra regrets remarks against Amartya Sen

25 July 2013
Batla House encounter: Digvijay Singh sticks to claim, rules out apology

20 December 2012

Modi Victory Speech Comes With Apology

Modi apologized for any mistakes he may have made as the state’s chief. “There may have been a time when I hurt someone or when I made a mistake,” Mr. Modi said. “I ask my 60 million Gujaratis to forgive me.”



Apology of Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh for Anti Sikh riots in 1984
In his apology in Parliament on August 12, 2005, Dr. Manmohan Singh said: “I have no hesitation in apologizing to the Sikh community. I apologize not only to the Sikh community, but to the whole Indian nation because what took place in 1984 is the negation of the concept of nationhood enshrined in our Constitution.”

5 Most Scandalous Statements by Indian Politicians - 2012

The MOST embarrassing Indian politicians in 2012

The Politics of Official Apologies
Google Book Link

National Apoligies - Research Paper

The political apology as a millennial phenomenon
2008 Paper

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