Let me go to toilet: Rahul Gandhi to BJP MPs in Lok Sabha
Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi on Wednesday delivered a speech high on wits and jibes.
New Delhi: Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi on Wednesday delivered a speech high on wits and jibes.
His Parliament speech left everyone in the House amused.
After delivering the speech in which he launched a scathing attack on Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his government over the "fair and lovely" scheme on blackmoney and the raging trouble in JNU and Hyderabad University, Rahul Gandhi stood up and was about to leave the house when the BJP members interrupted.
BJP’s Prahlad Joshi was countering him on the issues he raised but the Gandhi scion chose to leave the House.
When some members commented that he should have the patience to hear others too, Gandhi returned near his seat and said, “Toilet tau jaane do! (Let me go to the toilet).”
The entire House burst into laughter.
Rahul Gandhi returned to the House after a few minutes.