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NEW DELHI: In a blistering attack, Congress leader Tehseen Poonawalla on Wednesday slammed party MP Renuka Chowdhury’s “arrogance” after she was caught laughing during Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s speech in Parliament.
He went on to say that “laughter in the Upper House made me squirm.”
“Honest as truly the Congress’s most ardent supporter, I hv to concede the Renuka Chowdhury’s & Mani Shankar’s are a liability to the party. Their arrogance keeps costing the Cong. This is the party of Gandhi Nehru & stalwarts… that laughter in the Upper House made me squirm,” he said in a tweet that was later deleted.
Yesterday, a row broke out after PM Modi called Chowdhury out for laughing during his remarks on Aadhaar in the Rajya Sabha.
“SabhapatiJi meri aapse vinti hai Renuka Ji ko kuch mat kahiye. Ramayan serial ke baad aisi hansi sunne ka saubhagya aaj jaake mila hai. (Chairman sir, I request you to not say anything to Renukaji. After Ramayan serial, we have got the privilege of hearing this kind of laughter today),” the PM had said.
Naidu, the chairman of the House, also criticised Chowdhury for her “unruly behaviour.”
“I will have to name you Renukaji for your unruly behaviour,” Naidu had said.
Later, while talking to reporters, Chowdhury had said that she did not wish to respond to PM Modi’s remarks, adding that he had denigrated the status of a woman.
“PM made a personal remark, what else do you expect from him? I can’t fall to that level to reply to him. This is actually called denigrating the status of a woman,” ANI quoted her as saying.
Earlier today, the Congress too joined the controversy, condemning PM Modi as “anti-women” for his “derogatory remark” against its MP, even as it urged Naidu to “not act in a partisan manner.”
“We condemn PM Modi’s derogatory remark in the Parliament against former Union Minister and RS MP Renuka Chowdhury. We also urge the RS Speaker Shri Venkaiah Naidu to not act in a partisan manner and accord due respect to a fellow member of the house. #ModiAntiWomen,” the party’s official handle tweeted.
In December last year, veteran Congress leader Mani Shankar Aiyar was suspended from the party, after he referred to PM Modi as a “neech aadmi.”
The BJP latched onto the jibe, with Modi himself attacking Aiyar and Congress for their “Mughal mindset” that discriminated between the lower and upper castes.