Action Will Be Taken Against Rahul Gandhi Over Derogatory Remarks On PM Modi: Joshi

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Action Will Be Taken Against Rahul Gandhi Over Derogatory Remarks On PM Modi: Joshi

| Updated: February 13, 2023 16:44

Union Minister Prahlad Joshi stated on Monday that the notice handed to Congress leader Rahul Gandhi for making an “unparliamentary remark” on Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the Lok Sabha would be followed up on this time.

Joshi said, “(BJP leader) Nishikant Dubey issued a notice to Rahul Gandhi for making baseless allegations (against PM Modi). What they say has to be supported with evidence but they haven’t produced any. We all are answerable to the people of this country. This time action will be taken on this notice.”

In a letter to Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla dated February 8, Dubey complained that the allegations made by the Congress MP were false, insulting, indecent, unparliamentary, undignified, and injurious to the dignity of the House and the Prime Minister.

In the lack of any supporting documentation, Dubey claimed the Congress MP’s remarks misled the House and damaged Prime Minister Modi’s reputation. “Rahul Gandhi, despite making a statement in the House that he would provide documentary evidence, has not submitted any duly authenticated document for supporting his statements,” he added in his letter.

In the aftermath of the Hindenburg-Adrow report attributing the success of the Adani company to his purported closeness to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Rahul launched a vicious attack on the Modi government on Tuesday. In several industries, he claimed that “rules were modified” to benefit the multi-billionaire industrialist.

The alleged relationship between Prime Minister Modi and Gautam Adani began many years ago, when he was Gujarat’s chief minister, according to Rahul, who was the first member of the opposition to speak during the Lok Sabha debate on the Motion of Thanks to the President’s address. Rahul added that the ‘real magic’ began after 2014 when the businessman rose from 609th to second place on the global rich list.

Both within and outside the Lower House, the BJP demonstrated against Rahul’s accusations. The claims against the government, according to BJP leader Ravi Shankar Prasad, are unfounded, and the entire Congress ecosystem is built on the twin pillars “of deal and commission.” 

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