Slogan War in Lok Sabha During PM Modi’s Speech
NEW DELHI: Slogans of of “Adani, Adani” and “Modi, Modi” were heard during Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s tirade in Lok Sabha on Wednesday as Opposition members and ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) engaged in a face-off.
PM Modi was replying to the ‘motion of thanks’ debate on President Droupadi Murmu’s address Modi witnessed veiled attacks by the opposition. As the Prime Minister tore into Congress, the opposition members raised slogans and some even walked out of the house during hisspeech. In response to this, the BJP MPs raised “Modi, Modi” slogans.
As the Prime Minister tore into Congress, the opposition members raised “Adani, Adani” slogans and some of them even walked out of the house during the PM’s speech later. In response to this, the BJP MPs raised “Modi, Modi” slogans.
In a veiled jibe at Congress MP Rahul Gandhi who arrived in the middle of the prime minister’s speech, PM Modi said some could not wake up on time. Responding to Rahul Gandhi’s suggestion indirectly Modi said, “Some people here have a craze for Harvard studies. During Covid, it was said that there will be a case study on the devastation in India. Over the years an important study has been done at Harvard and the subject of the study is the ‘Rise and fall of India’s Congress Party’.”
“I was watching yesterday. After the speeches of a few people, some people were happily saying, “Ye hui na baat.” Maybe they slept well & couldn’t wake up (on time). For them it has been said, “Ye keh keh ke hum dil ko behla rahe hain,wo ab chal chuke hain, wo ab aa rahe hain”, said Gandhi.