Bhartiya Janta Party's Subramanian Swamy lashes out at Congress chief Rahul Gandhi for hugging PM Narendra Modi during no-confidence motion in the Parliament. Swamy called Rahul Gandhi 'Bhuddu' and said PM Modi should not have allowed him to hug him. He also advised PM Modi to immediately rush for a medical check-up.
On Friday, during no-trust motion, As soon as Rahul Gandhi concluded his speech, he went to PM Modi and hugged him in the parliament. Later after hugging him he also winked at him. Taking a dig at Rahul Gandhi's hug, Swamy likened his gesture to Russian and North Korean officials, who use the embrace to 'stick a poised needle'.
Swami took Twitter on Saturday to openly detest Congress president Rahul Gandhi's gesture towards PM Modi inside the Lok Sabha on Friday during the no-trust motion.
Namo should not have allowed Buddhu to hug him. Russians and North Koreans use the embrace technique to stick a poised needle. I think Namo should immediately go for a medical check to see if he has any microscopic puncture like Sunanda had on her hand— Subramanian Swamy (@Swamy39) July 21, 2018
Swamy further took a swipe at Congress MP Shashi Tharoor by suggesting the Prime Minister Narendra Modi go for a medical check-up to 'see if he has any microscopic puncture like Sunanda had on her hand'.
Sunanda Pushkar, the name mentioned in the aforementioned tweet, is of Shashi Tharoor's deceased wife, who was found dead under mysterious circumstances in a Delhi hotel in 2014. After investigations, police have named Tharoor as a suspect in her death case.