Prime Minister Modi’s remarks against former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh during the Gujarat election campaign sparked a storm in the winter session of parliament. Finance Minister Arun Jaitley responded to the questions of the opposition in this matter.
In response, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi made some comments on Twitter. In his own account of the ‘B Janatha Lies’, he also mentioned the name of the word “lying” with Arun Jaitley.
This shocked the BJP.
BJP MP Bhupinder Yadav has issued a notice of the allegation against Rajya Sabha leader Venkaiah Naidu. He claimed that Rahul Gandhi had insulted him by writing deliberately distorting the name of Jaitley.
Venkaiah Naidu, who accepted the notification, declared that the appropriate action would be taken on Rahul Gandhi during the closing ceremony yesterday.
As Rahul Gandhi is a Lok Sabha MP, now the notice has been sent to Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan, Venkaiah Naidu. He said there is a fundamental basis for Rahul Gandhi’s involvement in the violation of Gandhi’s rights.
It is noteworthy that Rahul Gandhi has already filed a complaint in the Lok Sabha.
Meanwhile, the Congress party has condemned the violation of the rights notice on Rahul. The Congress has reacted to Prime Minister Modi’s remarks on Rahul Gandhi’s notification on the issue. Senior Congress leader Anand Sharma told reporters, “The central ministers are using such comments as Rahul Gandhi. If it (Rahul Gandhi said) the right to be infringed, their comments are worthy of claiming a violation of the rights. “
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has also issued a number of misconceptions against leaders like former prime minister Manmohan Singh and political advisor like Vice President. Anand Sharma said that if the political opinions and the rights of the Tweets were violated, the positions of the governors would also bring a lot of notice.