Tearing papers in Parliament, ‘papri chaat’ remark insult to legislature: PM Modi
Renewing his attack on the opposition for protests and disruption of Parliament over the Pegasus controversy, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday said acts such as tearing papers and making “derogatory” remarks on the way bills have been passed are an insult to the legislature and the Constitution.
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