Modi’s ‘non-biological’ remark jeered at in LS, Rahul mocks ‘Parmatma’ connection

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s claim of him being supposedly a ‘non-biological entity’ sent by God himself has earned flak from his opponents, which made the Lok Sabha speaker also look embarrassed during parliament proceedings.

On Wednesday, Leader of Opposition and Congress MP from Rae Bareli Rahul Gandhi attacked the PM on his claims of supposedly being a ‘non-biological entity’ sent by ‘Parmatma’ himself on this earth. Rahul was particularly acerbic on Modi, whom he repeatedly mocked as ‘non biological’. He said “we all are born and we die, but the ‘parmatma’ alone speaks to ‘atma’ of PM Modi”. Gandhi laughed at Modi claims in an earlier interview that no one knew Mahatma Gandhi and the Mahatma became famous only after a movie was made on him.

In his first speech as the leader of opposition, Rahul Gandhi lashed out with a no-holds-barred attitude sparing none of his opponents including the Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Defence minister Rajnath Singh, Home Minister Amit Shah and the speaker itself.

Questioning fairness in Lok Sabha, the Congress MP recalled how he alongwith PM MOdi had led speaker to his chair post his election, where the speaker bowed to before MOdi while shaking hands and stood straight hile greeting Gandhi.

Rahul Gandhi, continuing with his aggressive gesture, went ahead to quote the newly elected Samajwadi Party’s MP from Faizabad (Ayodhya) Awadhesh Prasad that the latter had told him the PM Modi had got three surveys done in Faizabad just to ascertain his probability of winning elections from there.

However, the Congress MP went on to say that the surveyors had revealed that he (Modi) would lose if contested from Faizabad. Gandhi further stated that, it was after the three surveys that PM Modi decided to contest from Varanasi, only to win narrowly.

Meanwhile, Congress MP Jairam Ramesh also took jibe at PM Modi on social media platform X on Thursday, stating that before going to space, the non-biological PM should visit Manipur.

Jairam Ramesh said this in context of media reports, which mentioned that ISRO Chief S Somnath had suggested that PM Narendra Modi could be one of the candidates for India’s first manned space mission ‘Gaganyan’ in 2025.

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