There are very few subliminal moments in history. Moments that leave an everlasting impact. For many Indians, November 8, 2016 happened to be one of them.
The Budget session of the Parliament got off an electric start after Prime Minister Narendra Modi delivered a speech today.
Election season is here and so is the season to make absurd statements.
It has been 30 days since the 5o0 and 1000 rupee notes were demonetised and the opposition used it as an opportunity to observe Black Day at the parliament.while 200 MPs protested it was Rahul Gandhi who spearhead the scathing attack.
‘THIS A FOOLISH DECISION’
This is not a bold decision, it is a foolish decision which has been taken without any due consideration. It has devastated the poor, the farmers, the daily wage workers. We want to have a discussion. We want a vote, the government doesn’t.
‘HIS NARRATIVE IS INCONSISTENT’
The Prime Minister’s narrative has changed. It started by saying it’s against black money, then terrorism, then counterfeit currency and now cashless economy.
PAYTM MEANS ‘PAY TO MODI’
If I am allowed to speak in Lok Sabha, I will show to all how Paytm means ‘Pay to Modi’. The idea behind cashless economy is that a few people must get maximum benefits from these transactions. This has damaged the nation. If he comes to the House for debate, we won’t let him run.
On November 30th, Rahul Gandhi’s official Twitter account was hacked. Several obscene tweets were posted from the account before Rahul’s team swung into action. It is unclear if this cybercrime was done a group or an individual. For now a political slug-fest has begun between BJP and Congress
India today remembered it’s first Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru on his 127th birth anniversary.
Pandit Nehru was a lawyer and actively took part in the Indian freedom movement. He is credited to have shaped Indian economy and Foreign policy. His daughter Indira Gandhi is India’s first and only female Prime Minister.
Here is how Indian twitterati paid tributes to Nehru.
Tweet by @NarendraModi
Tributes to Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru on his birth anniversary.
Tweet by @OfficeofRG
Paying tribute to Pt Nehru. Today more than ever we remember those who truly gave their lives to this nation and its citizens