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Congress MPs rush towards Union Minister Harsh Vardhan in Lok Sabha, trigger chaos
  Friday 07 February, 2020
Congress MPs rush towards Union Minister Harsh Vardhan in Lok Sabha, trigger chaos

NEW DELHI: Lok Sabha on Friday witnessed uproarious scenes and the proceedings were adjourned for nearly an hour after Union Minister and BJP leader Harsh Vardhan demanded an apology from Congress party over objectionable remarks made by its MP Rahul Gandhi against Prime Minister Narendra Modi recently.

During the Question Hour, when Rahul Gandhi rose to ask a question, BJP's Dr Harsh Vardhan said he would like to first "unequivocally condemn the outlandish remarks of the Congress leader against Prime Minister Narendra Modi" made during an election rally.

Source: https://zeenews.india.com/india/breaking-news-congress-mps-rush-towards-union-minister-harsh-vardhan-in-lok-sabha-trigger-chaos-2262040.html

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