Lockdown is gift of someone’s ego: Rahul Gandhi attacks PM Modi

Congress leader Rahul Gandhi has once again attacked the Modi government strongly before the monsoon session begins.

Rahul Gandhi (File Photo)

Rahul Gandhi (File Photo)

Lucknow: Congress leader Rahul Gandhi has once again attacked the Modi government strongly before the monsoon session begins. Rahul taunted in the tweet saying that the Corona infection figures would cross 50 lakhs this week and the active case of 10 lakhs.

The planned lockdown is due to a person’s arrogance, causing the corona to spread across the country.

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Remind that the kind of tweet that Rahul Gandhi has made before the monsoon session has increased since then the uproar in Parliament.

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This time the opposition has made up its mind to surround the Modi government on issues like Corona and China border dispute in Parliament. Since the kind of tweet that Rahul Gandhi has made before the monsoon session. The uproar in Parliament has already started appearing.

Parliament Monsoon session starts today:

It is to be noted that this time the monsoon session will run from 14 September to 1 October. This time the monsoon session has been kept for only 18 days in view of the increasing risk of Corona epidemic. This time on Saturday and Sunday, the proceedings of the House will be seen.

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The monsoon session of Parliament has started since Monday amid the Corona virus crisis. Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed the media before the begining of the Parliament session. In the Parliament session, there is an attempt to surround the opposition government on the issue of China, but earlier PM Modi asked everyone to stand together on this issue.

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