7 Aug 2023

Rahul Gandhi In Parliament Today: Cong And I.N.D.I.A. MPs Accord Warm Welcome; Now What Will Be Next Step Of I.N.D.I.A.

New Delhi: Rahul Gandhi reached the Parliament House after 137 days. Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla had restored Rahul's Parliament membership on Monday morning itself. On reaching the Parliament House, Rahul first offered flowers to the statue of Mahatma Gandhi. After this he went inside the House. Rahul was still sitting on his chair in the Lok Sabha, after five minutes the proceedings of the house were adjourned till 2 pm.

The restoration of Rahul Gandhi's membership in the Lok Sabha can fill new energy in opposition alliance INDIA. There are some leaders in the alliance who may not like the reinstatement of Rahul Gandhi's membership. In such a situation, now it will be interesting to see what will be the next step of INDIA.

MPs from the opposition alliance I.N.D.I.A welcomed Rahul

When Rahul Gandhi reached the gate of Parliament House, MPs from the opposition alliance I.N.D.I.A stood up to welcome. The MPs raised slogans of Rahul Tum Aage Badha, Hum Tumhi Saath Hain.

Victory of democracy against dictatorship: Baghel

There is an atmosphere of celebration in the Congress after the reinstatement of Rahul Gandhi's membership. Chhattisgarh CM Bhupesh Baghel expressed his happiness by tweeting. Sharing the notification issued by the Lok Sabha Secretariat, CM Baghel wrote in a tweet that it is victory of love against hate. This is a victory of justice against injustice. It is the victory of truth against falsehood and the victory of democracy against dictatorship. Bhupesh wrote that it is I.N.D.I.A's victory against conspiracies. Through Rahul Gandhi, the voice of the people will resound in the Parliament.

Relief for the people of Wayanad

At the same time, Congress National President Mallikarjun Kharge also expressed his happiness by tweeting and said that the decision to re-appoint Rahul Gandhi as MP is a welcome step. This step is a relief to the people of India and especially to the people of Wayanad. At the same time, he said whatever time is left for the BJP and the Modi government. Instead of maligning democracy by targeting opposition leaders, it should be used to focus on real governance.

In the Modi surname defamation case, on March 23, Rahul was sentenced to two years by the lower court. Within 24 hours of this, on March 24, the MP had left. After this, the Gujarat High Court had also upheld the sentence. Rahul had filed a petition against this in the Supreme Court. After 134 days, on August 4, the court stayed Rahul's sentence in this case.

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