US Open loss has left significant emotional impact on me: Sindhu

New Delhi:  The quarterfinal loss at the US Open has “left a significant emotional impact” on PV Sindhu but the premier Indian shuttler has vowed to finish the season on a high.

Sindhu has looked off colour this season after returning from a five-month long injury layoff following a stress fracture on her ankle.

With more than half the year gone, the former world champion and two-time Olympic medallist is still searching for her first title this season.

“We all have to come together for development (of country),” he he told a press conference here. “Everyone has the right to move forward within the ambit of law.” The BJP is the only political party which has been consistent on its ideology and pursuing the issues at the very core of the party’s formation be it article 370 or Ram temple, he said.

“About the corruption… law will take its own course,” Nadda said replying to a question on NCP leaders, some of whom faced allegations of corruption in the past, recently joining the BJP-Shiv Sena government in Maharashtra.

“We respect the law of the land, the Constitution. We are committed to protecting the Constitution. Everyone has the right to progress within the ambit of law,” he added.

Nadda also rejected the charge that investigating agencies like the Enforcement Directorate are being misused to target opposition leaders.

“Which case the court has held was filed wrong? In which case the court gave them relief? In which case I did not say go, knock on doors of court and get justice? Have we filed the National Herald case? Aren’t the son and mother out on bail?” he asked.

“This is a democratic country and everybody has got a right,” he added.

Nadda said central probe agencies including ED are “independent”.

“When your argument is not justified, you start playing the victim card and twisting facts,” he said, hitting out at opposition parties.

He also alleged the opposition parties question the Electronic Voting Machine when they lose but keep mum when they win.