Targeting Prime Minister Narendra Modi instead of his “Tubelight”, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Friday said that he does not behave like a Prime Minister. He also alleged that there was a ruckus in the Lok Sabha to prevent the government from questioning him.
He told reporters outside Parliament, “Generally, a Prime Minister has a special status, a Prime Minister has a special way of behaving, a special stature, our Prime Minister does not have it. He does not behave as Prime Minister “. Gandhi said this when he was asked about Modi’s “Tubelight” in response to the President’s address to the Motion of Thanks in the Lok Sabha.
He also said that “we are being shocked and we are not being allowed to speak in Parliament”.
“They have suppressed our voice,” he said. There was an uproar in the Lok Sabha over the remarks made by BJP MP Harsh Vardhan against Gandhi. The house was adjourned till 2 o’clock in the day.
“The uproar in Parliament today was made to stop me from questioning the government. The youth of India can clearly see that the PM has no qualms about how to deal with the unemployment crisis. BJP will continue to disrupt Parliament to protect them. Debate, “the Congress leader said.