After taking oath, he returned and said 'Hedgewar Zindabad'… BJP MP Atul Garg replied to Owaisi in Parliament

Ananya Shroff
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After taking oath, he returned and said 'Hedgewar Zindabad'… BJP MP Atul Garg replied to Owaisi in Parliament


New Delhi: MPs are being sworn in in the Lok Sabha even today. This time something different was seen during the oath taking ceremony. Some came to take oath with the Red Book of the Constitution, while some started raising slogans after taking the oath. Meanwhile, Ghaziabad BJP MP Atul Garg, after taking the oath, replied to AIMIM chief and MP Asaduddin Owaisi in his own style. In fact, just a while ago, AIMIM chief and MP Asaduddin Owaisi raised the slogan of Jai Palestine while taking the oath.

Atul Garg raised slogans after taking oath

After which Atul Garg, who came to take oath, while replying to them after taking oath, raised slogans of Atal Bihari Vajpayee Zindabad… Narendra Modi Zindabad… After this, when he started leaving, the opposition MPs interrupted him and started sloganeering.

Seeing the sloganeering of the opposition MPs, Atul Garg came back and raised another slogan on the mike and that slogan was in the name of Dr. Hedgewar. Atul Garg said Dr. Hedgewar Zindabad.

By how many votes did Atul Garg win?

BJP MP from Ghaziabad seat Atul Garg contested the Lok Sabha elections and won by defeating INDI alliance candidate Dolly Sharma. In this Lok Sabha election, Atul Garg got 8,54,170 votes and defeated Dolly Sharma of INDI (opposition alliance) by 3,36,965 votes. Dolly Sharma got 5,17,205 votes.

Rahul Gandhi also took oath as Lok Sabha member

Let us tell you that Congress MP Rahul Gandhi took oath as an MP in the Lok Sabha on Tuesday evening. While taking oath, Rahul Gandhi had a copy of the Constitution in his hand. During this, Congress MPs raised slogans in his support and shouted slogans of 'Bharat Jodo'. He took oath in English and also showed the copy of the Constitution during this time. After taking oath, Rahul Gandhi said 'Jai Hind, Jai Samvidhaan'. When Rahul Gandhi was taking oath, Congress MPs welcomed him by thumping the table.


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