Rahul Gandhi’s statement pushed to Parliament – today’s big news

In the Lok Sabha on Friday, Union Health Minister Harsh Vardhan was condemning Rahul Gandhi’s remarks against Prime Minister Narendra Modi when opposition MPs got angry.

Harsh Vardhan said in the Lok Sabha before answering a question of Rahul Gandhi, “Before I answer, I strongly condemn Rahul Gandhi’s statement against PM Modi.”

During the Question Hour in the Lok Sabha, Rahul Gandhi had asked Harsh Vardhan a question regarding the establishment of a medical college.

When Harshvardhan arose to answer the same question, he said that ‘he will condemn Rahul Gandhi’s objectionable statement before answering’.

Harsh Vardhan has tweeted and said, “Rahul Gandhi should apologize to the country for derogatory remarks on PM Modi. Before answering Rahul ji’s question during Question Hour, it was important for me to urge him to repent for his actions. ”

However, Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla told Harsh Vardhan that he should focus only on the answer to the question. When Harsh Vardhan was reading a written statement in condemnation against Rahul Gandhi’s remarks, only then Congress MP came to Vail and lodged a strong protest.

Meanwhile, Congress MP from Tamil Nadu Manik Tagore tried to reach Harshavardhan sitting in the second row, when BJP MP from Uttar Pradesh Brij Bhushan Singh caught Manik and prevented him from reaching Harshvardhan.

When the atmosphere started going out of control, the Speaker of the House adjourned the proceedings of the House.

Addressing a rally in Delhi in the election campaign campaign, Rahul Gandhi said that ‘after six months, the youth of India will hit Modi with a stick for employment’.

Rahul Gandhi said on the whole controversy, “In question time, the question is answered in the normal form. But Harsh Vardhan was instructed to raise some other issue so that the issue of medical college does not arise in my parliamentary constituency. No MP from my party has scrambled during this period. You can watch the video.

Rahul Gandhi tweeted, “BJP created a ruckus in Parliament as a strategy so that I cannot ask questions to the government.” The youth of India is seeing that the Prime Minister is unable to tell how to solve the rising unemployment. BJP will continue to create a ruckus in Parliament to save the PM.

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