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Rahul Gandhi All Set To Bring 'Earthquake' During No-Confidence Motion Against PM Modi

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| July 20 , 2018 , 10:49 IST

The stage is set and the MPs are ready to debate the no-confidence motion against the Prime Minister Narendra Modi-led NDA government in the Parliament's Lok Sabha on Friday.

Congress President Rahul Gandhi will be representing the opposition. He will grab the opportunity to question the NDA government led by PM Modi.

Earlier in April, Rahul had challenged PM Narendra Modi and told the reporters, “If they allow me to speak in Parliament for only 15 minutes you will see what an earthquake will come.”

In Delhi, while addressing a rally in April, Gandhi “dared” the prime minister to speak in Parliament for 15 minutes without a paper in his hands for reference. He again said that if he gets 15 minutes in the Lok Sabha, he will tear into the government by talking about the policies and the decisions it has taken in the past four years.

However, such remarks and past speeches by the Congress President resulted in him being mocked on social media.

Union Minister Giriraj Singh mocking the Congress Chief tweeted, “Rahul Gandhi will be speaking in the Parliament, Earthquake will come and hit his own camp. Congress will mislead the country again to save its existence. Hindu and Hindustan will be disgraced.”

BJP Information and Technology (IT) in-charge Amit Malviya tweeted, “the last few times Rahul Gandhi spoke in Parliament, it was memorable. Today will be another day!”