‘Remember Modi ji, democracy is not just about buildings…’, opposition lashed out after the inauguration of Parliament -aabtak24


New Parliament Building Inauguration Reactions: Today (May 28) the Prime Minister of the country’s new Parliament House Narendra Modi has inaugurated. While 21 opposition parties boycotted the ceremony, 25 parties extended their support to the Modi government. After the inauguration ceremony is over, many big leaders have given their reaction on this. Let us tell you who said what? 

Many leaders including Congress leader Rahul Gandhi, Congress General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi, Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge and NCP chief Sharad Pawar have targeted PM Modi. Rahul tweeted and said, "Parliament is the voice of the people. The Prime Minister is considering the inauguration of the Parliament House as a coronation." In another tweet, he wrote, "The coronation is over – the ‘arrogant king’ is crushing the voice of the public on the streets!" 

What did Mallikarjun Kharge say?

The right to inaugurate the new parliament was snatched from the President,

Women players were beaten up on the streets with dictatorial force!

3 lies of the ruling BJP-RSS are now in front of the country They are naked

1. Democracy
2. Nationalism
3. Save daughter

Remember Modi ji,

Democracy does not run only by buildings,
people’s voice.

— Mallikarjun Kharge (@kharge)

Sharad Pawar taunts 

New Parliament House said, "I saw the morning event. I’m glad I didn’t go there. I am worried seeing what happened there. Are we taking the country backward? Was this event only for a limited number of people?"

Let us tell you that most of the opposition parties said that being the head of state, the President Draupadi Murmu should inaugurate the new parliament building. The opposition parties argued that President Murmu is not only the head of the country, but is also an integral part of the Parliament.

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