Today's latest news: Part of Rahul Gandhi's speech removed from parliamentary proceedings, read 5 big news of July 2 morning

Ananya Shroff
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Today's latest news: Part of Rahul Gandhi's speech removed from parliamentary proceedings, read 5 big news of July 2 morning


Today's latest news, 5 big news of July 2: The controversy over Rahul Gandhi's speech is deepening. Many things said by Rahul Gandhi in the Lok Sabha on Monday were removed from the parliamentary proceedings. Meanwhile, PM Modi will reply to the President's address in the Lok Sabha today. The weather has changed in Delhi. According to the Meteorological Department, there is an alert of heavy rain in the national capital on Wednesday. Read the top-5 news.

Some part of Rahul Gandhi's speech removed from parliamentary proceedings
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 BJP, did not like. Now these controversial parts have been removed from Rahul's speech. Baikunthanath Mahapatra, Joint Director of Press and Public Relations Branch of Lok Sabha Secretariat, issued a letter and gave this information. During Rahul Gandhi's speech, PM Modi himself had to get up from his seat twice to respond.

PM Modi's speech in Lok Sabha today, entire NDA will be presentPrime Minister Narendra Modi will reply to the motion of thanks on the President's address in the Lok Sabha today. It is believed that today the entire NDA along with PM Modi will be present in the Parliament House with full preparation. Before the proceedings of the Lok Sabha, PM Modi has called a meeting of NDA MPs at 9:30 am. It is believed that in this the Prime Minister will discuss the strategy inside the House with the MPs. PM Modi can also launch a strong attack on the opposition on Monday regarding Rahul Gandhi's speech.

Weather changed in Delhi, heavy rain alert issued on July 3
The weather has changed in Delhi-NCR. People have got great relief from the heat due to cloudy weather. At the same time, the Meteorological Department has issued an alert of heavy rain in the national capital on July 3. According to the forecast of the Meteorological Department, there is an orange alert for July 2 and 3. Moderate to heavy rain is expected on both days. There is a possibility of rain ranging from 15.6 mm to 115.5 mm in this category. If we look at the latest update of the Meteorological Department, then in the next few hours, light to moderate rain may occur in Delhi and some surrounding areas and winds may blow at a speed of 20-40 kmph.

Delhi CM Kejriwal reaches High Court against CBI's arrest
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has approached the High Court. He has appealed in the High Court against the CBI arrest. The trial court had not declared this arrest illegal. Kejriwal is currently in judicial custody till July 12. The petition is to be heard before Justice Neena Bansal Krishna. Kejriwal has also challenged the trial court's order of June 26, in which he was sent on CBI remand for three days.

Indian team stuck in Barbados due to bad weather
There is a festive atmosphere in India after winning the T20 World Cup. On the other hand, the weather in Barbados turned bad after the final. Electricity and water supply in the country has been affected due to the storm. Along with this, there have been strong winds and rain. It is being told that the Indian team and media persons from India are stuck in Barbados, as all flights have been canceled due to curfew.


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