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Congress removes Rahul’s controversial comments from the record

Sarojini Bishi

New Delhi: Opposition leader Rahul Gandhi’s controversial speech in Parliament on Monday has been cut from the Parliament record. For the first time as the leader of the opposition, Rahul attacked the BJP by giving his comments in the parliament. Meanwhile, he made controversial comments about Hinduism, minorities, Agniveer Scheme. When they have been removed from the record part of the Parliament.

However, in his first speech in Parliament as a Congress MP and Leader of the Opposition, Rahul Gandhi made many accusations against the ruling BJP. Rahul Gandhi said that those who call themselves Hindus spread violence, hatred and lies 24 hours a day. They are not Hindus. It is clearly written in Hinduism that a Hindu should stand by the truth and never deviate from the truth. Non-violence should be spread. Prime Minister Modi also objected to this. Rahul’s comment that calling the entire Hindu society violent is a serious matter. On which Rahul Gandhi objected and said that I have said that BJP is doing violence, Narendra Modi is not a complete Hindu society. BJP is not the entire Hindu society. RSS is not the entire Hindu society.

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