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Twitter erupts with laughter after Rahul Gandhi hugged PM Modi and followed it with a wink

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The debate on the no-confidence motion in Parliament took an unexpected and almost comical turn after Congress President Rahul Gandhi, following his speech proceeded to walk over to Prime Minister Narendra Modi and gave him a hug:

As seen in the above video, PM Modi who was shocked at this “gesture” by Rahul, called him back and amicably shook his hand while having a jovial chat with the Congress President.

As reported by ANI, Rahul had hugged PM Modi after making a statement that, “you all have a lot of hatred against me, if you want you can call me Pappu or abuse me you can, but I don’t have any hatred against you.

Predictably this act by Rahul resulted in a frenzy of twitter reactions:

Incidentally, Rahul seems to have taken the matter to almost cringe-worthy levels after he was also caught on camera winking after his hug:

This too resulted in a lot of “pondering” on Twitter:

What to catch up with more such drama? You can follow minute by minute updates of the no-confidence motion on our live blog

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