Modiji people are tired of monologues. I urge you to face Parliament, tweets Rahul Gandhi

By: | Updated: December 10, 2016 9:25 PM

As the parliament remained snarled-up on the whole demonetisation fiasco, Congress Vice President, Rahul Gandhi has took it to social networking platform Twitter and appealed to the PM to face the parliament and answer the questions asked by the opposition.

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As the parliament remained snarled-up on the whole demonetisation fiasco, Congress Vice President, Rahul Gandhi has took it to social networking platform Twitter and appealed to the PM to face the parliament and answer the questions asked by the opposition. In his latest tweet, he wrote: “Modiji people are tired of monologues. I urge you to honestly face the Parliament & answer our questions.”

Yesterday, while talking to the media outside the Parliament, Gandhi said his party is eagerly willing to debate on demonetisation, so that the truth would come to the fore, but the Prime Minister is running away from it. Threatening the government, he further said that if he got a chance to speak on the issue in the House, the Prime Minister will not be able to even sit there.

He also said, “The Prime Minister is giving speeches across the country, but is afraid of coming to the Lok Sabha.” He also said, “The Prime Minister is giving speeches across the country, but is afraid of coming to the Lok Sabha.” Also Gandhi recently triggered a trend across the internet by commenting on PM’s talk about cashless economy by saying that there is this concept of PayTM. Pay to Modi, that’s the idea behind cashless economy.

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When asked to  clarity his ‘Pay to Modi’ dig, Gandhi said he would explain his allegations inside Lok Sabha, if allowed to speak. Further he also challenged that many of BJP MPs would vote  in the favour of opposition if voting was held in the House. If he (Modi) speaks on the issue… doodh ka doodh aur pani ka pani ho jayega (everything will become clear),” TOI quoted him saying.

Earlier today, hitting out opposition’s allegation of not letting the Parliament function, Union Minister M Venkaiah Naidu said that after a discussion had commenced in the house and many opposition leaders including former prime minister Manmohan Singh had spoken, Congress created roadblocks and have halted the proceedings in the House.

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