PM Modi was going to take oath in Parliament, then Rahul Gandhi did something, this video became a topic of discussion

Ananya Shroff
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PM Modi was going to take oath in Parliament, then Rahul Gandhi did something, this video became a topic of discussion


New Delhi: Today is the first day of the Parliament session of the 18th Lok Sabha. On the first day, many leaders including PM Modi took oath as Lok Sabha MPs. During this time, when PM Modi was taking oath, Rahul Gandhi did something that caught everyone's attention.

Rahul Gandhi showed the copy of the constitution to PM Modi

Actually, when PM Modi was climbing the stage to take oath, Rahul Gandhi sitting in the opposition camp started showing him the copy of the Constitution. Congress has also shared an 8-second video from inside the Parliament on its Twitter handle. In which PM Modi is highlighted in a red circle and Rahul Gandhi in a blue circle. It can be seen in the video that when PM Modi was going to take oath, the MPs sitting in the opposition camp including Rahul Gandhi showed him a copy of the Constitution. Sharing this video, Congress wrote that the leader of the people showed the Constitution to Narendra Modi.

There was a lot of sloganeering in the Parliament premises

Let us tell you that when Amit Shah was going to take oath, Rahul Gandhi had shown him the copy of the Constitution in the same way. Today, not only inside the Parliament but also outside, apart from Congress, MPs of DMK, Trinamool Congress and some other opposition parties raised slogans against the government in the Parliament premises. They raised slogans of 'We will protect the Constitution' and 'Dictatorship will not work'.
Congress's organization general secretary KC Venugopal has shared the video of sloganeering by opposition MPs and posted it on 'X'. While posting the video, he wrote that we are the sentinels of democracy. We are committed to protect and maintain the Constitution. We are united in our resolve to fight against injustice. He said that the 'Bharat' alliance is entering the 18th Lok Sabha with the blessings of the Father of the Nation Mahatma Gandhi and a new resolve to voice the problems, challenges, hopes and aspirations of the people in Parliament and keep the government under control at every moment.


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