PM Modi answers Rahul’s ‘hugplomacy’ with wrath


Prime Minister Narendra Modi unleashed his wrath on Congress leader Rahul Gandhi after the latter rushed to the treasury benches to hug him in an unanticipated move.

Speaking during the no-confidence motion discussion, the Prime Minister mocked Rahul Gandhi for his excitement to make him stand from the seat before hugging him in the Lok Sabha, remarking critically that Congress was in a hurry to get to the PM’s chair.

Although he did not call out the Congress leader by name, Modi made his displeasure evident by saying, “What is the hurry to come to power? In the morning, the voting was not over; the debate was also not over. One member comes running to me saying- Utho Utho Utho…What is his hurry to come to power? Let me tell this member it is the people who elected us. That is how we have come here.”

Modi further added that only the 125 crore people of the country can decide who would sit in the PM’s chair or who can be unseated, saying that the no confidence motion was driven by Congress’s arrogance and should be dismissed immediately.

Earlier during the session, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi had left his bench to go PM Modi’s seat to hug him. Gandhi also called PM Modi a “bhagidar” (collaborator), instead of a chowkidar (security guard) and called out the Prime Minister and his Cabinet by alleging corruption on the multi-billion dollar Rafale jet deal between France and India.



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