'My brother cannot insult Hindus…' Priyanka defends Rahul Gandhi's Hindu statement

Ananya Shroff
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New Delhi: Rahul Gandhi gave his first speech as the leader of the opposition in the Lok Sabha today. During this, Rahul Gandhi said something on Hindutva that PM Modi himself stood up from his seat and opposed it. PM Modi said that this is a very serious issue. Calling the entire Hindu society violent is a serious issue. On this, Rahul Gandhi started saying that Narendra Modi is not the entire Hindu society. RSS is not the entire Hindu society. Now on PM Modi's counterattack, Congress leader Priyanka Gandhi has defended Rahul Gandhi. Priyanka Gandhi said that whatever Rahul Gandhi said is for the BJP, not for the Hindu society. My brother cannot insult Hindus.

What did Rahul Gandhi say?

Rahul Gandhi said in his speech in the Lok Sabha today that those who call themselves Hindus keep talking about violence, violence, violence, hatred, hatred, hatred, untruth, untruth, untruth 24 hours a day. There was a lot of uproar in the Parliament over this statement of Rahul Gandhi. Not only PM Modi but Union Home Minister Amit Shah also demanded an apology from Rahul Gandhi on this statement. Amit Shah opposed this statement of Rahul Gandhi and said that such a big incident cannot be hidden by making noise, crores of people proudly call themselves Hindus. It is wrong to link the feeling of violence with religion and Rahul Gandhi should apologize for this.

There was a lot of commotion in the Lok Sabha today

Let us tell you that during Rahul Gandhi's speech, there was a lot of heated argument between the ruling party and the opposition in the House. After Rahul Gandhi's speech ended, once again Union Home Minister Amit Shah stood up and demanded from Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla that he should ask Rahul Gandhi to confirm his speech as per the rules, because many ministers have said that Rahul Gandhi's speech does not contain the correct facts. On this, the Speaker also directed Rahul Gandhi to confirm his speech.


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