Parliament session 2024: MP took oath, PM folded hands, response came from Rahul Gandhi

Ananya Shroff
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New Delhi: Today is the first day of the Parliament session of the 18th Lok Sabha. Until the Lok Sabha Speaker is appointed, the responsibility of running the House will remain in the hands of Protem Speaker Bhartruhari Mahtab. On the first day, the newly elected MPs took oath first. The first name in this was that of PM Narendra Modi. After Modi took oath, a different scene was seen. MP Rahul Gandhi, who speaks a lot against the PM from the political platform, was seen with folded hands towards Modi. He also had a copy of the Constitution in his hand. Kannauj MP Akhilesh Yadav, sitting on the seat next to him, also greeted PM Modi along with Rahul. Let us tell you that this session is going to run from 24 June to 3 July.

When Modi and Rahul congratulated each other

A glimpse of healthy politics was also seen in the Lok Sabha today amidst the protest and uproar against the Protem Speaker. The occasion was the oath taking ceremony of MPs, PM Modi first took oath as an MP and was greeting all the MPs present in the House. Meanwhile, he also greeted Rahul Gandhi, MP from Rae Bareli, who was sitting in the front row. Rahul was not going to stay behind, he also accepted Modi's greeting with folded hands from his seat. This picture inside the House has now become a topic of discussion. There was another thing in the picture which you might not have seen at once. When Rahul Gandhi was greeting Modi, he also had a copy of the Constitution in his hand. This was also a kind of reply from Rahul Gandhi to Modi.

Rahul will remain MP from Rae Bareli

In this Lok Sabha election, Rahul Gandhi has been elected MP from Wayanad and Rae Bareli. However, before the proceedings of the House began, he decided to leave the Wayanad seat and remain MP from Rae Bareli. Now his sister Priyanka Gandhi will contest from Wayanad. SP chief Akhilesh Yadav, sitting next to him, has reached Parliament after winning from Kannauj seat.


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