Prime Minister Narendra Modi government defeated the no-confidence motion moved by opposition parties including Congress, TDP, and other parties after the voting in the Lok Sabha concluded on Friday night.
"What is the hurry", Modi said, while referring to Gandhi's hand gestures when he came across to PM's chair and hugged him during the non-confidence motion debate.
Accusing Modi of indulging in jumla (fake promises) strike, he launched a blistering attack against the prime minister and his party president, Amit Shah.
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi Friday evening accused the Congress party of betraying national interest, by questioning the Army's "surgical strikes" across the Line of Control in Pakistan, as well as the eyeball-to-eyeball standoff between Indian and Chinese soldiers on the Doklam plateau previous year.
Lok Sabha speaker Sumitra Mahajan accepted a no-confidence motion, which was moved by TDP's Kesineni Srinivas against the NDA government. The Prime Minister must explain why this contract was taken from the youngsters of Karnataka and given to this businessman. The defence minister and the Prime Minister have not been truthful. Nirmala Sitharaman has lied to the country. Everybody understands the amount of money that goes into the marketing of the prime minister and everybody knows who have funded that.
A final decision would be taken by chief minister Naveen Patnaik, who will be tracking the debate from Bhubaneshwar, he had said. The entire country has seen the Prime Minister can not look me in the eye. Two of them, Shiv Sena and Biju Janata Dal, made a decision to abstain from voting to express their unhappiness with Modi's policies. No matter how much you shout, the country has seen this moment.
"Women are being gang-raped, Dalits, tribals, minorities are beaten up, killed. These incidents of violence are not against an individual but an attack on Parliament and the Constitution, which was prepared by (B.R.) Ambedkar", he said.