Indian leaders are alerting the 750,000-strong Australian India community to the ‘stupid comments’ made by Tanya Plibersek.
Labor deputy leader Tanya Plibersek told Melbourne Radio last week, ‘We can’t rely on an Indian mining company to bring jobs to central and north Queensland’.
Dr Misra, the Australia-India Engagement chief executive, said multicultural communities would notice Ms Plibersek’s comments. He asked those against Adani to think of children in India who should have the same as children in Australia.
‘Millions of little children have never seen light (from electricity). This is the 21st century’,’ Dr Misra told The Courier-Mail. ‘They use an oil lamp to study, which is so dangerous. (Adani) will change the lives of millions. Go to an Indian village and talk to a little girl who has never seen light. Climate change is a luxury’.
He challenged those against Adani to go without electricity for just a week.
Source: The Courier-Mail
Vote for Shorten and Plibersek and you WILL go without electricity ANYWAY
Resources Minister Matt Canavan said Shorten and Di Natale would be ‘co-captains in seeking to take away jobs from the coal sector because both of them are talking about transitioning away from coal’. Di Natale yesterday doubled down on his 2030 plan to transition away from ‘both the coal we burn here for power, and the coal that we export overseas’.
Labor can’t be elected without Greens’ preferences, that’s why Plibersek is playing both sides
Behold the dark, divisive, hypocritical heart of Labor.
Michael Daley tried to stir up fear & loathing of Chinese Australians during the NSW election campaign, and now Tanya Plibersek says Indians cannot be trusted!
PUT LABOR AND THEIR HATRED LAST! #auspol pic.twitter.com/iL6uaJ1SC9
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She probably thinks India is a continent – just as she thought Africa was a country.