Shah showed the pictures to the Congressman and said, “I am not.

For the second consecutive day in the Lok Sabha, Rabindranath Tagore sat on his chair and retaliated. On Monday, Congress leader Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury and Home Minister Amit Shah were seated on Tagore’s chair in Shantiniketan and Shah retaliated sharply on Tuesday. Home Minister Amit Shah dismissed Aadheer Ranjan’s allegations with evidence, then surrounded the Congress by showing pictures and said he did not sit on Tagore’s chair, while Jawaharlal Nehru and Rajiv Gandhi were seated.

Home Minister Amit Shah, pointing to the documents in hand, said, “Adir Ranjan Chaudhary, in his speech yesterday, said that I was sitting on a chair during the visit of Rabindranath Tagore’s Santiniketan.” This is a letter from the Vice Chancellor of World India. Having said that, after analyzing all the photos and videos, I must say that I am sitting somewhere? He made it clear that no such incident had taken place. I was sitting at the window where someone could sit. “The Home Minister said that the former President of India is sitting in his seat. Pranab Da is also sitting, Rajiv Gandhi is sitting and the Prime Minister of Bangladesh has written my comment on the memorial.”

After this, Shah said, “When we speak in the House, the facts must first be verified and verified. If you pick it up with social media and keep it here, the dignity of the house will be ruined. Jawaharlal Nehru is sitting on the chair of the Tagore, which is a photographic photograph, while another Rajiv Gandhi is sitting on his couch, drinking tea. ”

Shah told the Lok Sabha Speaker: “I request that the matter be clarified in the document.” I put it on the table at the request of Dada (Adhir Ranjan Chaudhary) to be a part of this record. This photo and a letter from the Vice Chancellor should be placed on the table. “Speaker Shah accepted his appeal.


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