New Delhi: After a day long debate on the third day of monsoon session in the parliament, so many unprecedented scene emerged among the members present in the "no confidence motion" in Lok Sabha. The Congress president Rahul Gandhi delivered a fiery speech yesterday, attacking on PM Modi and his government. 

Rahul Gandhi in his 30 min speech slammed PM Modi for his foreign trips, Jhumla Stike, women safety and much more. He had launched a sharp attack on the PM over the Rafale deal and also said: "You can't look me in the eye", But the main action that grabbed everyone eye was a surprised hug given by Rahul to PM Modi during debate.

Later, PM Modi backfires at Congress president Rahul Gandhi and Sonia Gandhi. PM Modi delivered an hour and a half long speech and clearly commented on every dig that Rahul Gandhi made.

"In the morning, the voting was not over, the debate was also not over, one member comes running to me saying - Utho Utho Utho (up, up, up). 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," PM Modi said in what was seen as his barb at Rahul Gandhi.

PM Modi also mimicked Rahul Gandhi's wink and compared it to his "childish behaiviour" and further added to Rahul Gandhi's comment on his "jhumla strikes" and "bhagidar" (collaborator) and not a 'chowkidar (watchman)"

"Yes, I am bhagidar, but not thekedar (middlemen) like you," he said.

PM Modi attacked in a fiery manner to Rahul Gandhi's comment,"Who are we to look you in the eye? I am from a humble family, you are naamdaar, we are kaamdar. We don't have the guts to look you in the eye," said PM Modi, using the comment to drive home his point that the Congress had always been a bully. "Look what happened to people who tried to look you in the eye. They were humiliated...Charan Singh, Sardar Patel, MorarjiDesai, Chandra Shekhar, Sharad Pawar..."

PM lashed out on Rahul Gandhi over his Rafale allegations "We must refrain from making childish statements on sensitive issues. There was an agreement between two responsible governments. Because of one careless allegation in the House on Rafale, two nations had to release statements."

After PM Modi's  crispy speech the government easily defeated the opposition in"no-confidence motion" in the parliament by 325-126. The total of 451 members were present in the Lok Sabha and the half-way mark was 226.


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