Rahul's speech was censored in Parliament, controversial statement was removed from Lok Sabha proceedings, know the whole thing

Ananya Shroff
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Rahul's speech was censored in Parliament, controversial statement was removed from Lok Sabha proceedings, know the whole thing


New Delhi: On the sixth day of the Parliament session on Monday, there was a lot of uproar during the speech of Congress MP Rahul Gandhi. During his two and a half hour speech, Rahul said many controversial things which the ruling party, especially the BJP, did not like. Now these controversial parts of Rahul's speech have been removed from the proceedings of the House. Speaker Om Birla himself has given instructions for this. Baikunthanath Mahapatra, Joint Director of Press and Public Relations Branch of Lok Sabha Secretariat, issued a letter and gave information about this. Let us tell you that during Rahul's speech, PM Modi himself had to get up from his seat twice to answer.Controversial parts of Rahul's speech removed
During the Parliament session on Monday, Rahul Gandhi, MP from Rae Bareli, expressed his views in the Lok Sabha. He participated in the discussion on the address of President Draupadi Murmu. During this, he said many things to which the ruling party, especially the BJP, strongly objected. Twice PM Modi had to get up from his seat to answer. NDA leaders also objected to Rahul's speech which lasted for about two and a half hours. Speaker Om Birla himself had urged him to speak carefully. Some parts of his speech, including his statement about Hindus, have now been removed from the proceedings of the House. Joint Director of Public Relations Branch Baikunthanath Mahapatra (Lok Sabha Secretariat) has written in his letter that these controversial parts have not been canceled/recorded by the Honorable Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla.

There was a demand for apology from Rahul
BJP leaders who objected to some lines of Rahul Gandhi's controversial speech have demanded an apology from him. Many MPs of the ruling party, including Union Home Minister Amit Shah, JP Nadda, Ashwini Vaishnav and NDA leader Chirag Paswan, asked Rahul to apologize. During Rahul's speech, Rajnath Singh, PM Modi, Kiren Rijiju were seen getting up from their seats several times to object to Rahul's words.


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