The love-hate relationship in politics is the true definition of drama, and with Rahul Gandhi hugging PM Modi gives the internet a source of content.
Here is what Rahul Gandhi Did!
Rahul Gandhi amazes everyone at Parliament with one unexpected move. Rahul Gandhi, after his speech, walked over to Prime Minister Narendra Modi. He hugged him without his permission. Prime Minister was not aware of what happened. But later he smiled and shook hands with Gandhi.
Gandhi Gave hug after he attacked Modi Government’s “failures” in his speech. The “jaadu ki jhappi” was compensation to the venom he served in his speech. He did something nobody saw coming, and now he is all over the news for it. Underestimated in his political career, Rahul Gandhi baffled everyone with his hug and wink.
Rahul Gandhi ended his speech by saying, “You all must think that I have a lot of hatred in my heart against the Prime Minister, but actually, that is not the case. In fact, Modi Ji, the BJP, and the RSS teach me the meaning of being a member of the Congress party. It signifies to me the meaning of being Indian. They helped me realise the meaning of being a Hindu and a devotee of Lord Shiva. Being an Indian and being a Congressman means no matter what falsehood someone speaks against you, you do not harbour ill-will against them. For this, I thank you,” Gandhi said.
The actions were totally surprising for all in the parliament. He first bitterly criticised the government and later walked over to the Prime Minister and hugged him. Not only he hugged PM Modi, but he also winked at him which left people in tears of laughter. Still, the BJP was not impressed with his behaviour in the Parliament.
Reactions of the people present in the Parliament.
Rahul Gandhi’s gesture was met with applause from the opposition benches. The members of BJP didn’t like the ‘fake hug moment.’ Home minister Rajnath Singh added In his speech during the debate about Gandhi’s hug. He said he had started ‘chipko movement’ in the Lok Sabha.
The speaker of Lok Sabha, Sumitra Mahajan, then reminds Gandhi that no such gestures are required in the Parliament.
These events also gave Twitter a new topic for memes and trolls. It impresses many people at the same time. Some made fun of Rahul Gandhi and his kiddish behaviour.
The Indian film fraternity also commented on this incident.
The “theatrics” display by Rahul Gandhi had mixed reactions from the film industry. Some celebrities were in favour of Gandhi’s gesture and questions what was wrong about it while some of them made fun by calling it fake and appreciating his dramatic capabilities.
Within hours of the Parliament session, Gandhi was all over the internet. His clip of winking at the Parliament left people in splits. Rahul Gandhi knows how to end up in the headlines. He literally nailed it this time.
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