PM Narendra Modi sits in Rajya Sabha even during adjournment, chats with Opposition MPs
Prime Minister Narendra Modi remained seated in the Rajya Sabha even during adjournment of 15 minutes on Thursday.
New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi remained seated in the Rajya Sabha even during adjournment of 15 minutes on Thursday.
While the PM remained seated on his chair, several MPS from both the ruling and Opposition parties were seen paying a visit to him for a small chit chat.
PM Modi reached the Upper House few minutes before the Question Hour, when questions related to PMO office were scheduled to be asked.
Samajwadi Party MP Jaya Bachchan and a AIADMK MPs and a Left MP were seen walking up to him and exchanging pleasantries.
Renowed boxer and member Mary Kom was also seen discussing certain things with Modi.
As members kept meeting him, there were some lighter moments too, as the Prime Minister was seen smiling at times.
The Rajya Sabha was today adjourned again as soon as the house met following a 15-minute-long adjournment after opposition leaders demanded an apology from the Prime Minister.
Later the House was adjourned till 2 pm after huge uproar
As soon as the PM entered the house, Leader of Opposition Ghulam Nabi Azad sought an apology from him for having projected the opposition as "supporters of black money".
Azad was supported by Derek O'Brien of Trinamool Congress (TMC).
(With agencies inputs)