Rahul Gandhi Hugged PM in Parliment during No Confidence Motion

Rahul Gandhi

Rahul Gandhi hugs Narendra Modi

After a series of attack on PM Narendra Modi and his government, Rahul Gandhi walked up to PM Modi and gave him a hug.

He said that Modi had a close relationship with a particular businessman and the Rafale contract was given to him after taking it away from HAL.

The No Confidence Motion Put Up by TDP accusing the injustice of the Center to Andhra Pradesh is defeated with NDA managing to get 325 Votes while the Opposition getting only 126 in favour of the motion. "These incidents of violence are not against an individual but an attack on Parliament and the Constitution, which was prepared by (B.R.) Ambedkar", he said.

Gandhi accused the Modi government of buying 36 Rafael fighter aircraft from France at a highly inflated price.

Without naming Gandhi, Modi said due to his "careless" allegation on the Rafale deal, both India and France had to release statements. Everybody understands the amount of money that goes into the marketing of the prime minister and everybody knows who have funded that.

Everybody understands the relationship the prime minister has with certain people. "So the prime minister and his president act out of fear and this fear generates anger".

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He said that rather than being a "chowkidar (watchman)", Modi had been a "bhaagidar (partner)" in a suspect deal. "As the President of the French Republic indicated publicly in an interview given to India Today March 9, 2018, when a deal is very sensitive, we can't reveal all details", he said.

"We have taken note of the statements of Mr. Rahul Gandhi".

The video starts with PM Modi saying: "Every citizen of India would get Rs 15-20 lakh without doing anything". The youth in India believed in the Prime Minister.

He said the people of Telangana were annoyed with the Modi government at the outset of its rule in 2014 when a decision had been taken to merge seven "mandals" of Khammam district of Telangana with Andhra Pradesh, following bifurcation of undivided Andhra Pradesh.

Elizabeth Roche contributed to the story.

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