Language, Behaviour Of Some Disappointing For India: Pm Modi in Rajya Sabha
NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday launched a frontal attack on the Opposition, even as they were protesting for a joint parliamentary committee (JPC) probe into the allegations against the Adani Group raised by the Hindenburg Research. He trained his guns at the Congress for creating hurdles in country’s development for over four decades.
PM Modi said the more “keechad” (dirt) they will fling, the bigger “kamal” (locus) will bloom, adding that the language and behaviour of some in the House are disappointing for India. “Keechad unke paas tha, mere pass gulaal. Jo jis ke paas tha, usne diya uchaal,” Modi quoted Manik Verma’s poem in response to the allegations opposition parties levelled on him and his government.
Earlier in the day, Congress president and Leader of Opposition in the Rajya Sabha Mallikarjun Kharge raised objection over expunging few words from his statement. “Former Prime Ministers, including Atal Bihari Vajpayee, have used the word that was expunged from my statement. I have not said anything unparliamentary,” the Congress MP said