Rahul showed to the world how a "Jadu ki Jhappi can stop the winds of hatred", says Randeep Surjewala.
New Delhi: Hours after Congress president hugged Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Lok Sabha, Congress leader Randeep Surjewala said that Rahul showed to the world how a "Jadu ki Jhappi can stop the winds of hatred".
"Nischhal prem ki jadoo ki ek jhappi nafrat ki aandhi ko kaise rok sakti hai yeh RahulGandhi ji ne dikhaya. Akhir Rahul ji ne Congress ke mohabbat ka aina Modi ji ko dikha hi diya: (Today Rahul Gandhi showed to the world how a magical and loving hug can stop the winds of hatred. Rahul Gandhi has shown us. Rahul Gandhi has shown the loving face of Congress to Narendra Modi)," Surjewala told ANI.
Rahul earlier on Friday hugged Prime Minister Modi after he concluded his speech in Lok Sabha during Parliament monsoon session. Earlier, Surjewala took to Twitter and praised Rahul for giving hug to Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the Lok Sabha after his speech and said they will always spread love in exchange of hatred.
Surjewala also targetted the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), and said that Rahul's revelations in the Lok Sabha on various issues has jolted the party.
He added that theBJP MP's were not even able to answer the issues, raised by the Congress chief.
Rahul, during his nearly 15-minute stormy speech, today attacked Prime Minister Modi-led NDA government on several fronts including demonetisation, Goods and Services Tax (GST), unemployment, Rafale deal.
AAP comes out in support of Rahul Gandhi's hug to PM Modi:
The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) on Friday came out in support of Congress chief Rahul Gandhi hugging Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the Lok Sabha, saying in Parliament policies should be opposed, not individuals.
Senior AAP leader and Rajya Sabha MP Sanjay Singh said that the prime minister often hugs the heads of foreign countries so what was wrong about Gandhi hugging him in Parliament.
"Parliament is the biggest temple of democracy where policies should be opposed, not individuals. But the BJP people do not like hugs, they believe in abuse," Singh claimed.
After firing salvos at Modi during the debateof on the no confidence motion against the government, Gandhi walked up to the prime minister and gave him a hug that amused the entire House. Singh said the opposition parties were not attempting to pull down the Modi government, instead they were trying to "expose" its "anti-people" policies through the no confidence motion.
The AAP had issued a whip for its Lok Sabha MPs from Punjab to vote in favour of the no confidence motion by opposition parties. The party has four Lok Sabha MPs from the state, including Dharmvir Gandhi and HS Khalsa who were suspended for anti party activities.
"The Modi government had lost confidence of every section of the society, including farmers and youths, while unemployment and price rise have broken all the records. It may pass arithmetics test but how will it win back confidence of the public," Singh questioned.