Addressing the Lok Sabha during the discussion on the no-confidence motion against the Narendra Modi-government, Congress chief Rahul Gandhi launched an attack on what he called the PM's “jumla strikes”.
Gandhi went on to say, “You can call me things, You can call me Pappu, but I do not have any hate for you.”
At the end of his speech, Gandhi hugged the PM Modi. The clip of the hug has gone viral on social media.
*he’s just not that into you* pic.twitter.com/uUFjwaO6KP— Sreenivasan Jain (@SreenivasanJain) July 20, 2018
Mom- “beta don’t do any ladayi .. ok?”— Stutee Ghosh (@rjstutee) July 20, 2018
Son- “ok mumma “???? https://t.co/G0ftIACnfQ
Rahul Gandhi walked up to the Prime Minister and gave him the most awkward hug in the universe!— ? Meghnad ?️? (@Memeghnad) July 20, 2018
WHAT IN THE WORLD JUST HAPPENED!
So. Bloody. Awkward.#SansadWatch
The man who has embarrassed whole world with his hug has been embarrassed by hugs by these two gentlemen! pic.twitter.com/prxL3Aa7e3— Pankaj Mishra (@pankaj_mishra23) July 20, 2018
Someone just now said Modi ji should check if Pappu stole his wallet or mobile.. ?Pakit maar samjh rahe Hai isko. By God. ?— Ashu (@muglikar_) July 20, 2018
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