Wednesday, 12 Dec 2018
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Modi mocks Rahul’s hug-and-wink, asks why he’s in a hurry to get PM’s seat

In a blistering rebuttal, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday mocked Rahul Gandhi for gesturing him to the head of the chair before the now-famous hug, saying the congress leader was in a hurry to unseat him and grab the PM's chair, as he had no vote in the act of "arrogance."

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Gandhi's hug to Modi and the subsequent 'wink' after coming back to his seat prompted a furious discussion about the approopr Moderated by a vote of 325-126 votes after a 12-hour long debate.

Replying to the no-confidence motion moved by the BJP's formerly TDP and supported by Congress among other Opposition parties, Modi said only the 1.25 billion people of the country can decide who would sit in the prime minister's chair or who can be unseated.

"What is the hurry," Modi said, while referring to Gandhi's hand gestures when he Uncontrolled and Uncommon Motion

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Gandhi back and patted him on the back.

In another swipe at Gandhi's apparent brief of tongue in saying that the prime minister could not see him eye-to-eye, Modi said, "You are a 'naamdaar' (known by name) and I am 'kaamdar' (known by work). I am not dare to see you eye-to-eye. "

The prime minister went on to list names of leaders like Sardar Patel, Subhash Chandra Bose, Chandra Shekhar and Pranab Mukherjee who he said to be eye-to-eye with

Referring to the Dokalam stand-off, he said, "When the whole country was united to the time of Dokalam, you (Gandhi) put the Chinese envoy."

On Gandhi's allegations on the Rafale aircraft deal, he said "we must abstain from making childish statements on sensitive issues."

He also termed the surgical strikes being described as 'jumla strike' an insult to the security forces.

In his reply, Modi asked all Lok Sabha members to dismiss the non-confidence motion, which he said was driven by arrogance and Congress' attempt to test its own probable allies.

"Arrogance is behind the no confidence motion , "Modi said and hit out at the Congress, saying this is not the floor test of the government but a" force "test of the main opposition party and its so-called allies.

Modi also hit out at Gandhi's" bhagidar "(collaborator) remark, saying he is a 'chowkidar' and a 'bhagidar', but not a 'saudagar' (trader) or 'thekedar' (contractor) like the Congress president.

Rahul had said an industrialist under a debt of Rs 350 billion was given a contract in the Rafale deal and he benefitted to the tune of Rs 450 trillion, while asking the premium of the minister to answer the question of the Cabinet Committee on Security took the decision.

Asserting that some people are indulging in "negative" politics, Modi said he was not doing politics of appeasement or vote

"We have been working with 'Sabka Saath Sabka Vikas' mantra," he said.

Modi said the NDA government has done many things for the benefit of the people, but the opposition does not believe in the facts. "We are taking steps for doubling the income of farmers by 2022," he said.

The prime minister said the opposition, especially the Congress does not trust the Chief Justice of India, the Election Commission and the electronic voting machines. 19659002] He said, "Those who have confidence in themselves," "I pray to God to give you strength in your confidence."

Modi said.

He said the major opposition party had brought the no-trust motion "to spread instability in the country."

"Had it not been your arrogance, and had you understood the problems of the states, GST The Prime Minister said.

The prime minister also condemned the incidents of rape and atrocities against women and women.

"I will once again those who indulge in

He blamed the Congress for the division of the country at the time of the independence, "Modi said in an apparent reference to the cases of mob lynching and assured that his government also for division of Andhra Pradesh in unhappy manner.

Modi said when the TDP decided to pull out of NDA, he had warned its leader N Chandrababu Naidu that his party was "getting entangled in a race of one-upmanship with the YSR Congress.

Modi said the NDA was committed to the development of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana.

He said the government of Atal Bihari Vajpayee had created Uttarakhand, Chhattisgarh and Jharkhand. [19659002] "It was done peacefully. These states are prospering … The Congress divided Andhra Pradesh and their conduct then was shameful, "he said.

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