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Rahul Gandhi's portion of speech expunged : Congress

 NEW DELHI: The Leader of Opposition in Lok Sabha Rahul Gandhi on Tuesday said that in the world of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the truth can be 'expunged', but in reality it cannot be so, after some parts of his speech were removed from the proceedings during the discussion on the motion of thanks brought on the President's address.

He told reporters in the Parliament House complex, "In Modi ji's world, the truth can be 'exposed', but in reality the truth cannot be exposed. Whatever I had to say, I have said it. That is the truth. Expose as much as you want, the truth is the truth."


 On Monday, Rahul Gandhi had accused the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) of creating division on communal lines in the country, to which the members of the ruling party had protested. Rahul Gandhi, while initiating the discussion on behalf of the opposition on the motion of thanks brought on the President's address, had said that a Hindu can never commit violence, can never spread hatred and fear.
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