Urging the lawmakers to maintain the decorum and sanctity of the House, the speaker chastised the Congress chief. “The manner in which it was done was not right. I didn’t like it too,” the Speaker said.
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Mahajan also said that the Congress chief’s wink after he went back to his seat after hugging the Prime Minister – “was not appropriate”.
Resuming his speech, Rajnath Singh said that some people had started the “chipko (hug) movement” inside the House.
Taking a cue from this,
Mahajan intervened saying even she did not what Rahul Gandhi had done and imparted a short lesson on decorum, discipline.
“We have to understand that it is upon us (the lawmakers) to maintain the sanctity of the House. Even I want all of you to live in love. Rahul is not my enemy, he is like my son,” Mahajan added.
“Right now, he is the Prime Minister of India. He is not only Narendra Modi. I request you to maintain the sanctity of the chair,” Mahajan said.
Following Mahajan’s talk on appropriateness in the House, Singh said he is going to hug Kharge after the end of the Session.
Earlier in the day, the Congress chief left everyone stunned when he walked across the Well of the House and gave a hug to the Prime Minister who was sitting on his chair.