‘Mic Off Sarkar’: Congress Claims LoP Rahul Gandhi’s Microphone Muted As He Raised NEET Paper Leak Row

‘Mic Off Sarkar’: Congress Claims LoP Rahul Gandhi’s Microphone Muted As He Raised NEET Paper Leak Row : The Congress asserted that Head of Resistance Rahul Gandhi’s amplifier was switched off while he was tending to the NEET paper spill issue, Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla disproved the charge.

A warmed trade unfurled in the Lok Sabha on Friday as the Congress party claimed that the receiver of Head of Resistance Rahul Gandhi was switched off while he was tending to the NEET paper spill issue. The Speaker invalidated these cases. Gandhi encouraged for a conversation on the NEET inconsistencies, underscoring the need to communicate something specific of solidarity to the young people of the country. The Congress ripped into the Modi government, naming it a “Mic off sarkar”.

“Today, the main issue is the NEET test abnormality. Huge number of understudies and their folks are in uneasiness and we want to track down a long-lasting answer for this. The public authority ought to permit us to commit and solely dedicate time to examining these issues, consequently we moved a deferment movement yet the govt isn’t prepared. They are not permitting the Head of the Resistance to try and represent one moment and the mouthpiece was quieted. The way this administration is working resembles the bygone eras – tyranny – and this will be a major issue for our whole equitable framework,” expressed Congress General Secretary and MP KC Venugopal.

“Today, the main issue is the NEET test abnormality. Huge number of understudies and their folks are in uneasiness and we want to track down a long-lasting answer for this. The public authority ought to permit us to commit and only give time to examining these issues, consequently we moved a deferment movement however the govt isn’t prepared. They are not permitting the Head of the Resistance to try and represent one moment and the mouthpiece was quieted. The way this administration is working resembles the bygone eras – tyranny – and this will be a major issue for our whole equitable framework,” expressed Congress General Secretary and MP KC Venugopal.

MP Manickam Tagore added, “Today in the Lok Sabha, the Head of Resistance Mr. @RahulGandhi needed to communicate his perspectives on the NEET issue. We needed to make an impression on great many understudies that the public authority and the resistance are with them, yet Rahul Gandhi’s mouthpiece was switched off. Very much like it was finished during the Adani issue in the seventeenth Lok Sabha, today, during the NEET issue, the amplifier was switched off once more.”

Congress MP Deepender Hooda communicated his disappointment, “What occurred in the House today is extremely appalling. The Head of Resistance Mr. @RahulGandhi raised a vital issue of the NEET paper spill in an exceptionally honorable way. Yet, his receiver was switched off in the House, which is definitely not a decent parliamentary practice. The Head of Resistance has the full right to communicate his perspectives. We request that the public authority promptly talk about this issue.”

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