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Rahul Gandhi’s ‘late’ reply causes mockery of ‘tubelight’ by PM Modi | India News

NEW DELHI: While conducting several excavations in the opposition, Prime Minister Narendra Modi osn responded Thursday with a mockery “tubelight” to the recent outbreak of Congressman Rahul Gandhi, who had said the young man would soon start beating the prime minister with sticks and Limit it to your home.

Although Modi did not name Rahul, he said: “I heard yesterday the manifesto of a member of Congress. He said he will hit Modi with sticks in the next six months … I will prepare by increasing the frequency of ‘Surya Namaskar’ so that my back is ready for the beating. I have been abused in the last 20 years, I have been tested for gaali (proof of abuse). ”

While Modi was talking, Rahul got up to question him on the issue of unemployment among young people, which caused the prime minister to say that he had been waiting for the reaction of the Congressman, but that it had taken a while. “I’ve been talking for 30-40 minutes, but the current took so long to arrive (the banks of Congress) … Many tubelights are like that,” said the prime minister.

When Modi intervened in the discussion on the motion of thanks for the President’s speech, he highlighted Congressman Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury for getting up frequently from his seat, saying he was advertising the ‘Fit India’ government campaign in Parliament. In response to Chowdhury about unemployment, Modi said he would solve unemployment in the country, but not Chowdhury and his party.

Times of India