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Rahul Gandhi adamant on PM Modi's presence in Parliament

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vice-president on Monday reiterated his demanded for Prime Minister Modi's presence in to discuss and give an explanation on the issue.

"Let the PM come and talk to us inside the house," Gandhi said.

Gandhi and others were protesting in front of the statue in the complex.

Earlier, the opposition parties held a meeting inside the Parliament.

Justifying his decision, Prime Minister had earlier in an event to mark Constitution Day on Friday said the people questioning his move were those who didn't get time to make any preparation.

The Prime Minister's comments provoked protests from the opposition.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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vice-president on Monday reiterated his demanded for Prime Minister Modi's presence in to discuss and give an explanation on the issue.

"Let the PM come and talk to us inside the house," Gandhi said.

Gandhi and others were protesting in front of the statue in the complex.

Earlier, the opposition parties held a meeting inside the Parliament.

Justifying his decision, Prime Minister had earlier in an event to mark Constitution Day on Friday said the people questioning his move were those who didn't get time to make any preparation.

The Prime Minister's comments provoked protests from the opposition.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Rahul Gandhi adamant on PM Modi's presence in Parliament

vice-president on Monday reiterated his demanded for Prime Minister Modi's presence in to discuss and give an explanation on the issue.

"Let the PM come and talk to us inside the house," Gandhi said.

Gandhi and others were protesting in front of the statue in the complex.

Earlier, the opposition parties held a meeting inside the Parliament.

Justifying his decision, Prime Minister had earlier in an event to mark Constitution Day on Friday said the people questioning his move were those who didn't get time to make any preparation.

The Prime Minister's comments provoked protests from the opposition.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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