Prime Minister Narendra Modi spoke in the Parliament today. While his speech was welcomed by repeated loud applause and cheers by NDA members in the Parliament, the Congress MPs created a ruckus. Ignoring all decorum and minimal courtesy expected from elected representatives in the house, they sloganeered constantly and tried their best to interrupt the PM’s speech.
The PM, however, was at his oratory best. Without being disturbed, he carried on his powerful speech to the opposition’s utter frustration.
As expected, social media was ablaze with praises, memes and reactions to the PM’s exemplary show of elegance and power of a true leader.
— अंकित जैन (@indiantweeter) February 7, 2018
PM Modi’s aggressive speech against Congress over their inefficiency and his continuation despite sloganeering and noise by its MPs were hailed by many.
— The Frustrated Indian (@FrustIndian) February 7, 2018
Many condemned Congress for trying to disrupt the Parliamentary process and absence of respect for the country’s democratically elected Prime Minister.
— Anuraag Saxena (@anuraag_saxena) February 7, 2018
The way @INCIndia behaved in the #LokSabha today was beyond shameful. It is not an insult of @narendramodi, the person, Congress has insulted the position of the PM and the people’s mandate that made Modi the PM. #shame
— Shefali Vaidya (@ShefVaidya) February 7, 2018
Every single BJP supporter annoyed with Modi in the last 4 years has been pushed back into support by @INCIndia . Thank you Morons
— दिव्या (@divya_16_) February 7, 2018
— PhD in Bakchodi (@Atheist_Krishna) February 7, 2018
Congress MPs invited mockery and jokes by their behaviour.
25 rabid Congressi shouting and one Tiger speaking and yet they can’t drown his voice. ??see it to believe it
— Ashu? (@muglikar_) February 7, 2018
Twitterati also were quick to point out that the PM’s memorable speech will be in fact the harbinger of 2019 election results.
With this speech, the election year has been inaugurated. Shree Ganeshaya Namah
— Nupur (@UnSubtleDesi) February 7, 2018
This was by far one of the most stinging speeches of the Prime Minister that not only spoke about his government’s achievements but also about the failures of Congress, their lack of democracy and historical blunders. With this, it would seem like the Prime Minister has truly inaugurated the election year.