Taking the floor on Friday, Rahul Gandhi, president of the main opposition Indian National Congress party, launched a scathing attack on Prime Minister Narendra Modi's failure to address the rise in violence and lawlessness gripping parts of India.
Modi initially looked nonplussed and did not stand up to hug him, but recovered quickly and called Rahul back and patted him on the back.
Modi suggested while Congress president Rahul Gandhi is harbouring ambitions to become Prime Minister his prospective allies also have similar ambitions.
"You are "naamdaar" (dynast), I am "kaamdar" (worker)".
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"Any instance of violence brings shame to the nation. You can insult me as much as you want", he said.
Repeating the accusation that the BJP's politics was spreading "anger and hatred", Mr Gandhi accused the Prime Minister and BJP chief Amit Shah of "acting out of fear".
The whole country has watched the game he played with his eyes, Modi said, evoking laughter from treasury benches as he gestured with his hands, apparently referring to Gandhi's wink in the House following his speech. Opposition parties Congress, TMC, BSP, SP, RDL, DMK, JD (S) are all wanting to make it hard to BJP-led NDA in the No-Trust Motion. Only 126 MPs supported the motion of no-confidence against the Modi government. "Who gets to seat in the chair will be decided by the people", he said. "You should know what a BJP government means in terms of implementation of schemes", he said. Lawyer Prashant Bhushan wrote, "the manner in which BJP is disrupting Rahul Gandhi's speech in the #NoConfidenceMotion, especially when he spoke of Rafale deal, JayShah, Ambani, Adani, NiMo, State of women & lynching shows it's nervousness on being exposed on economy, law&order, corruption & crony Capitalism". But I only have love and respect for you. "We have been working with "Sabka Saath Sabka Vikas" mantra", he said.
"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". Across the world, India is gaining a bad reputation he added.