Prime Minister PM Narendra Modi Speaks in Lok Sabha, takes dig at Congress :- Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday launched a scathing attack on the Congress in the Lok Sabha and blamed the party for promoting bad politics in the country.
An earthquake measuring 5.8 on the scale hit Uttarakhand on Monday night, tremors of which were felt in Delhi and other parts of northern India.
If you look at the dates before May 2014, there were voices raised from the then opposition on how much money went in coal. “It was a matter of happiness when voices were raised asking me how much money I got back,” Modi said.
Modi sought to defend his decision to demonetize the old Rs500, Rs1,000 currency notes and spoke on a number of other issues including the surgical strikes.He replied to thank President Pranab Mukherjee’s address on the day of the budget session.
“Swachh Bharat is a movement to clean India from corruption and black money,” Modi said.
As An earthquake happened last night in Uttarakhand. “I want to express my feelings for those who faced problems in their regions.I wonder how could this earthquake happened, as we were hearing warnings about it for a long time,” Modi said. His comment was for Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi, who had said last month that an “earthquake” will come while speaking in Parliament.
“The government wants to run away from the debate. If they allow me to speak then you will see what an earthquake can take place,” Gandhi said.
“Narendra Modi is using a natural calamity, like an earthquake, to set up political point shows the depths to which he will descend to,” In Twitter of congress.