WOW! To shut the Mouth of Opposition, This is what PM Modi Just did in Rajya Sabha! Must Read

Prime Minister Narendra Modi, whose absence in parliament is always fodder for opposition protests, today remained seated in the Rajya Sabha even during a 15-minute adjournment. Members from various political parties, including some from the opposition, were seen going to his seat to greet him or chat with him. The opposition has daily demanded PM Modi’s presence while the notes ban and its impact on people is discussed in parliament. They have also refused to accept anything but the Prime Minister’s response.

It was really a silent reply to all those crooked politicians who mock PM for not coming to parliament. On the other hand opposition continues to disrupt Parliament and its functions! PM’s presence in the RS, even after adjournment is a befitting reply to the failed opposition!

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Today, PM Modi entered the Rajya Sabha shortly before the Question Hour at noon; questions relating to the Prime Minister’s Office were listed for today. The house was adjourned within moments, however, over the Trinamool’s raucous protests over allegations that a flight with Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on board was forced to circle over the Kolkata airport while it was low on fuel.

It seems PM Modi wants to prove to the whole country that Opposition is not really want a debate but they are only interested in disturbing the parliament..

The prime minister stayed in the house, as did members from the government as well as the opposition. Film star-turned-Samajwadi Party lawmaker Jaya Bachchan was seen walking up to the PM and exchanging pleasantries. She was followed by members of Jayalalithaa’s AIADMK and a Left MP.

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Renowned boxer Mary Kom, who was nominated to parliament in April this year, was also seen in a discussion with PM Modi. The Prime Minister was seen smiling and talking to all those who approached him.

Later, Union Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad commented: “The PM sat in the house even after lunch but they are not interested in a discussion.” Dear Readers please share this news and expose corrupt opposition Parties