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Friday, 7 February 2020

One word of speech on Narendra Modi's CAA removed from record

One word of speech on Narendra Modi's CAA removed from record

During the discussion on citizenship law in Parliament, one word of a comment by Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been removed from the record of the proceedings of Parliament.

 The Prime Minister made the remarks during the discussion in the Rajya Sabha on Thursday at the commencement of the budget session, while discussing the President's address to the Joint Session of Parliament.

 Later on Rajya Sabha Chairman M. Venkaiah Naidu's instruction, one word has been removed from his comment.

 The statement issued by the Rajya Sabha Secretariat said, "The Chairman has directed to remove parts of the proceedings in the Rajya Sabha on February 6 from 6.20 am to 6.30 pm.

 Naidu has also removed one word of the Leader of the Opposition and senior Congress MP Gulam Nabi Azad during this discussion, which he said in his statement after the Prime Minister's speech.

Vice President Venkaiah Naidu often removes comments from the day's proceedings that are not found appropriate for the official record.

 According to the news agency PTI, he has done this many times but removing the Prime Minister's comment is a rare event.

 However, it has not been told which words of Prime Minister and Ghulam Nabi Azad were removed from the record.

 Modi does not behave like Prime Minister: Rahul

 Former Congress President and MP from Wayanad, Kerala, Rahul Gandhi has said that Narendra Modi does not behave like a Prime Minister.

His comment is being considered as a response to the 'Tubelight' comment made by the PM.  While talking to journalists outside Parliament on Friday, Rahul Gandhi targeted the PM.

 He said, "In general, the Prime Minister has a dignity, the Prime Minister has a way of conduct, a special stature.  Our Prime Minister does not have all this.  He does not behave like the Prime Minister. "

 On Friday, the Prime Minister said in the Lok Sabha, "I have been talking for 30-40 minutes but it took so long to reach the current. Some tubelights are like this."

 The Prime Minister made this remark when Rahul Gandhi stood up in his seat and started asking questions to the PM about unemployment.

 Voting for 70 seats of Delhi Assembly today

 Voting for the Delhi Assembly elections is going to start at 8 am on Saturday.  Election officials claimed to have complete arrangements in polling stations for all 70 seats.

Delhi's Chief Electoral Officer Ranbir Singh has said that all EVMs have been investigated.  He also said that all EVMs are safe and cannot be tampered with.

 In 70 seats in Delhi, 672 candidates are trying their luck.  Ranbir Singh said, "The number of voters in Delhi is 1,47,86,382 of which 2,32,815 voters are between 18 and 19 years old".

 Tight security arrangements have also been made for voting.  Special Police Commissioner Praveer Ranjan told that 190 companies of CAPF have been deployed.

 Police officials say that security has also been tightened in Shaheen Bagh, where protests against the Citizenship Amendment Act are going on.

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