PM Modi Takes A Dig At Rahul Gandhi, Says, "Why The Hurry For Power?"

PM Modi Takes A  Dig At Rahul Gandhi, Says, "Why The Hurry For Power?"

PM Modi Takes A  Dig At Rahul Gandhi, Says, "Why The Hurry For Power?" 

New Delhi: PM Modi is reverting to all the allegiations on him in the on-going debate in the Parliament on the No-trust motion raised by the opposition in which  Rahul Gandhi surprised everyone in the parliament by hugging the Indian PM. The Congress Chief was mocked by the PM,  "Why this hurry to come to power?". The Congress President, Rahul Gandhi was present in the house when PM Modi delivered his return fire to his sharp attack in the morning.

PM Modi's stinging point-by-point rebuttal did not spare either Congress president Rahul Gandhi or his mother Sonia Gandhi.

PM Modi said, "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," This statement is seen as a dig at Rahul Gandhi.

The PM also mimicked Rahul Gandhi's wink after the hug, using his hands, an added the phrase, "Bachkani harkat (childish antics)".

Earlier, The Congress President stunned everyone when he walked across and hugged PM Modi after declaring that he felt nothing but love for him. The PM was taken aback at first but then he called Mr Gandhi back, said something to him and patted him.

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"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 the point that the Congress had always bullied allies and smaller parties. 

"Look what happened to people who tried to look you in the eye. They were humiliated...Charan Singh, Sardar Patel, Morarji Desai, Chandra Shekhar, Sharad Pawar..."

Reverting to the debate on the no-trust vote against his government, backed by the opposition, he said the "country had now seen how some people are steeped in negative politics".

He said, This is not the floor test of the government, "This is a "force" test of Congress and its so-called allies."

"we want justice"slogans went up as the Prime Minister reverted to each and every point of the opposition's criticism.

PM Modi said, "If you were not prepared for the debate why did you bring the motion? Why such a tearing rush to bring down the government? Would the sky have fallen or a bhukamp (earthquake) come." The word "Bhukamp" was a hilarious dig at the Congress President, since the word was associated with Rahul Gandhi's promised "earthquake".

"I am still standing, and still firm," he said, to desk-thumping by members of the ruling BJP.

Referring to the former Congress president's latest comment, on today's no trust vote, he said: "I read in the newspaper, they said 'who said we don't have the numbers?' Such arrogance."

PM Modi also rebutted Rahul Gandhi on his "jumla strikes" and "bhagidar" (collaborator) and not a "chowkidar" (watchman) comments.

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

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