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PM Modi's Speech Sparks Opposition Walkout in Upper House

PM Modi's Speech Sparks Opposition Walkout in Upper House

Prime Minister Narendra Modi criticized the Opposition today for walking out of the Rajya Sabha during his response to the Motion of Thanks to the President's address. The walkout was led by Congress president Mallikarjun Kharge after Chairman Jagdeep Dhankhar refused to allow him to intervene during Modi's speech.

Modi remarked that the Opposition cannot handle the replies to their questions and prefers to walk out. His comments included a jab at former Congress chief Sonia Gandhi, implying that she ran the Manmohan Singh government from behind the scenes. "They don't believe in working, they just know how to wait," he said.

Modi assured that his government leaves no stone unturned in hard work and that their efforts over the past decade were just an appetiser for what is to come. During his speech, Opposition members demanded that Kharge be allowed to intervene, raising slogans like "LOP ko bolne do" and "jhoot bolna band karo."

Chairman Dhankhar condemned the Opposition's conduct as inappropriate and unparliamentary. Modi paused his speech, noting that the Opposition was spreading lies and lacked the courage to listen to the truth. He accused them of insulting the Upper House and its traditions, stating that their actions were disrespectful to the Constitution.

Dhankhar added that the Opposition's behavior was agonizing, emphasizing that they had turned their backs on the Constitution and disrespected their oaths. He expressed hope that the Opposition MPs would introspect and return to their duties.

Modi also targeted the Congress over the Emergency, calling it the biggest opponent of the Constitution. He highlighted the 1977 Lok Sabha election, where the people voted to restore democracy, asserting that his government has upheld the Constitution.

PM Modi's Speech Sparks Opposition Walkout in Upper House

PM Modi's Speech Sparks Opposition Walkout in Upper House
Prime Minister Narendra Modi criticized the Opposition today for walking out of the Rajya Sabha during his response to the Motion of Thanks to the President's address. The walkout was led by Congress president Mallikarjun Kharge after Chairman Jagdeep Dhankhar refused to allow him to intervene during Modi's speech.

Modi remarked that the Opposition cannot handle the replies to their questions and prefers to walk out. His comments included a jab at former Congress chief Sonia Gandhi, implying that she ran the Manmohan Singh government from behind the scenes. "They don't believe in working, they just know how to wait," he said.

Modi assured that his government leaves no stone unturned in hard work and that their efforts over the past decade were just an appetiser for what is to come. During his speech, Opposition members demanded that Kharge be allowed to intervene, raising slogans like "LOP ko bolne do" and "jhoot bolna band karo."

Chairman Dhankhar condemned the Opposition's conduct as inappropriate and unparliamentary. Modi paused his speech, noting that the Opposition was spreading lies and lacked the courage to listen to the truth. He accused them of insulting the Upper House and its traditions, stating that their actions were disrespectful to the Constitution.

Dhankhar added that the Opposition's behavior was agonizing, emphasizing that they had turned their backs on the Constitution and disrespected their oaths. He expressed hope that the Opposition MPs would introspect and return to their duties.

Modi also targeted the Congress over the Emergency, calling it the biggest opponent of the Constitution. He highlighted the 1977 Lok Sabha election, where the people voted to restore democracy, asserting that his government has upheld the Constitution.

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