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Rahul Gandhi shocks the world by hugging PM Modi after his speech, follows it up with a wink

The no-confidence motion debate in the parliament earlier today saw an unbelievable gesture from Congress President Rahul Gandhi. In an act that has left the country in disbelief, ‘RaGa’ went on to hug Prime Minister Narendra Modi after finishing his speech.

According to NDTV, initially, Rahul Gandhi attacked Narendra Modi citing various examples starting from the Rafale deal to GST (Goods and Services Tax), demonetisation and foreign policy. Rahul also challenged the Prime Minister to look him in the eye.

“You can’t look me in the eye.”

However, then came the twist. Rahul went on to thank the BJP for making him understand the meaning of Congress. For making him realize the true meaning of being an Indian and a Hindu. He claimed that the BJP can hate him as much as they want but he has nothing but love for them. He vowed to turn each and every one of them into Congress by conquering them with love.

Rahul Gandhi
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“You taught me what it means to be a Hindustani, what it means to be a Hindu. It means to love somebody even if they attack you.”

That’s not all. After the moving speech, he walked across and went to Modi to give a big bear hug. The Indian PM looked absolutely stunned by the move initially but called Rahul back to pat on his back and share a smile.

Rahul Gandhi and Narendra Modi
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The 47-year-old was also seen winking at fellow Congress MPs following the spontaneous gesture. However, Speaker Sumitra Mahajan wasn’t impressed by Rahul’s gesture and had some harsh words for the leader.

Rahul Gandhi
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“There is some decorum of the house. (PM Modi) was sitting in the prime minister’s seat. I did not like it.”

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