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Rahul Gandhi Back as MP: a no-confidence motion debate against the Modi government tomorrow

Delhi: Congress leader Rahul Gandhi’s Lok Sabha membership has been restored. The Lok Sabha Secretariat issued the notification today. With this, Rahul Gandhi will participate in the opposition’s no-confidence motion against the central government tomorrow. After the Supreme Court stayed the Surat court’s sentence in the defamation case, he attempted to meet with the Speaker to reinstate his Lok Sabha membership but was unable to do so.

The Congress accused the Speaker of being evasive. Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury, leader of the Congress Lok Sabha Party, had written to the Lok Sabha Secretariat requesting this. It was alleged that the documents to remove Rahul’s disqualification were not received directly, and the letter was not ready to be sealed when it was sent by post.

Rahul Gandhi will return to Parliament after 137 days of disqualification. The Lok Sabha has set aside 12 hours for debate on the no-confidence motion tomorrow and the following day. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will respond on Thursday. Rahul Gandhi will speak from the opposition after Gaurav Gogoi, who announced the no-confidence motion. The case is based on a remark made in April 2019 at an election campaign meeting in Kolar, Karnataka, ‘Why do all thieves have the name Modi?’ Gujarat’s BJP MLA, Purnesh Modi, filed a complaint against Rahul.

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