Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) senior member Subramanian Swamy has expressed his opinion regarding the unexpected controversial hug given by Congress president Rahul Gandhi to Prime Minister Narendra Modi and has called the act as unethical.
He said that Rahul Gandhi must not have suddenly hugged the Prime Minister suddenly. He said that this has got a lot to do with the protection of the prime minister in the parliament, and added that such acts must not happen again. Subramanian Swamy also expressed that the Prime Minister Narendra Modi must undergo medical tests to check if he was injected any poisonous needle-like Sunanda Pushkar case.
While also revealing that these
embracing techniques were used nu Russians and Koreans to do microscopic
punctures using poisonous needles. For starters, it all began with Congress
President Rahul Gandhi giving an unexpected hug to PM Modi after his fiery
speech against Modi at Lok Sabha.
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