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Sonia Gandhi gets miffed with Kerala MP who started to take oath in Hindi, 2 other MPs change their mind and take oath in English instead

As per reports, Congress MP Rajmohan Unnithan and V K Sreekantan, both from Kerala, had also decided to give the oath in Hindi. After Sonia Gandhi lost her cool with the MP, both of them change their mind and took oath in English

Today, a Congress MP from Kerala, Kodikunnil Suresh, took oath in Hindi as a member of the 17th Lok Sabha. He chose Hindi instead of his mother tongue Malayalam. Reportedly, Sonia Gandhi scolds him for doing so. Hearing this, two other Kerala MP’s change their mind to give their oath in Hindi.

Kodikunnil Suresh is a Member of Parliament who was elected from the Mavelikkara constituency. In September 2018 he was elected as the working president of Kerala Pradesh Congress Committee (KPCC).

He surprised everyone by taking the oath in Hindi. This was welcomed by the BJP with a loud thumping of desks. However, this had irked Sonia Gandhi. She reportedly got miffed and asked why he couldn’t take the oath in his mother tongue or English.

As per reports, Congress MP Rajmohan Unnithan and V K Sreekantan, both from Kerala, had also decided to give the oath in Hindi. After Sonia Gandhi lost her cool with the MP, both of them change their mind and took oath in English

Today, Rahul Gandhi who was absent from Parliament for the whole day arrived at Lok Sabha today after 3 PM, just in time for his turn to take oath as the MP from Wayanad constituency in Kerala. BJP MPs from Bengal took oath as Members of Lok Sabha amidst chants of “Jai Shri Ram” making a statement against the oppressive policies of the TMC. Smriti Irani while taking oath as the MP of Amethi, gets the longest applause by members of Parliament for slaying dynastic politics at Amethi.

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