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Since when RSS, Agniveer became unparliamentary words, asks Congress after several portions of Rahul's speech expunged

New Delhi: Congress on Tuesday fumed after several words of newly appointed Leader of Opposition in Lok Sabha Rahul Gandhi’s was expunged on the orders of the Speaker saying when truth is spoken about the RSS, Agniveer, Prime Minister Narendra Modi doesn’t like it and asked since when these words become unparliamentary. In a post […]

New Delhi: Congress on Tuesday fumed after several words of newly appointed Leader of Opposition in Lok Sabha Rahul Gandhi’s was expunged on the orders of the Speaker saying when truth is spoken about the RSS, Agniveer, Prime Minister Narendra Modi doesn’t like it and asked since when these words become unparliamentary.

In a post on X, formerly Twitter, Manickam Tagore said, “When Leader of Opposition Rahul Gandhi ji speaks the truth about RSS, Adani, Ambani, and Agniveer, Modi doesn’t like it.”

“The truth about these issues has been expunged. Modi and Shah can’t tolerate the truth. Since when did RSS, Adani, Ambani, and Agniveer become unparliamentary?” Tagore, who is third time MP from Tamil Nadu’s Virudhunagar said.

His remarks came after several several portions of Rahul Gandhi’s first speech as LoP on the Motion of Thanks to President’s address were expunged by the orders of Speaker.

On Monday, an infense duel was visible in Lok Sabha between Rahul Gandhi and Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

The portions expunged include his comments on Hindus, the Prime Minister, BJP-RSS among others.

In his over one and half hour speech, which faced several disruptions Rahul Gandhi on Monday began his speech in the Lok Sabha by invoking ‘Jai Sanvidhan (Hail Constitution) amidst BJP chants of ‘Jai Sri Ram’.

He asserted that Hinduism is not about spreading fear, hatred, and falsehoods, Gandhi criticized the BJP for their interpretation of Hindu values.

Rahul Gandhi showed the pictures of Lord Shiva, Jesus Christ, Sikhism, Buddhism, Jainism and others to underline the importance of fearlessness preached by all religions.

Facing opposotion from the treasury-bench members over his remarks, Rahul Gandhi slammed the BJP, saying, “Aap Hindu ho hi nahi (You are not Hindus). It is clearly written in Hinduism that one should stand with the truth and not back down from the truth or be scared of it.

When the Prime Minister intervened that “it is a very serious matter of concern”, Rahul Gandhi hit back saying that Modiji, BJP, RSS are not the custodians of Hinduism.

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