PM Modi expresses concern over VP Dhankhar being mocked

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20-12-2023

    Droupadi Murmu also expressed her concern

    actions of a few won't deter me from fulfilling my duty: Dhankar

    Kalyan Banerjee mockingly imitated Dhankhar

On Wednesday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi called Vice President Jagdeep Dhankhar to share his disappointment about the imitation of Dhankar performed by some Members of the Parliament inside the sacred Parliament complex. On the microblogging site X (formerly known as Twitter), the Vice President conveyed, “Got a call from Prime Minister Narendra Modi. He expressed deep concern about the dramatic actions of certain MPs, especially within the revered Parliament premises yesterday. He mentioned enduring such insults for two decades, but finding it unfortunate that it could occur towards a Constitutional office like the Vice President, especially within the Parliament. I informed him that, Prime Minister, the actions of a few won’t deter me from fulfilling my duty and standing by the principles outlined in our Constitution. My commitment to those values is unwavering, and no insults will change me from my path.” The President of India, Droupadi Murmu also expressed her concern about the need to maintain dignity and courtesy by elected representatives. 


The day after the opposition’s protest on Parliament stairs on Tuesday, Trinamool Congress leader Kalyan Banerjee mockingly imitated Dhankhar, leading to furor from the ruling party . The Members of Parliament were expressing their objection to their suspension, eliciting strong criticism from the BJP.

PM Modi expresses concern over VP Dhankhar being mocked

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    Droupadi Murmu also expressed her concern

    actions of a few won't deter me from fulfilling my duty: Dhankar

    Kalyan Banerjee mockingly imitated Dhankhar

On Wednesday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi called Vice President Jagdeep Dhankhar to share his disappointment about the imitation of Dhankar performed by some Members of the Parliament inside the sacred Parliament complex. On the microblogging site X (formerly known as Twitter), the Vice President conveyed, “Got a call from Prime Minister Narendra Modi. He expressed deep concern about the dramatic actions of certain MPs, especially within the revered Parliament premises yesterday. He mentioned enduring such insults for two decades, but finding it unfortunate that it could occur towards a Constitutional office like the Vice President, especially within the Parliament. I informed him that, Prime Minister, the actions of a few won’t deter me from fulfilling my duty and standing by the principles outlined in our Constitution. My commitment to those values is unwavering, and no insults will change me from my path.” The President of India, Droupadi Murmu also expressed her concern about the need to maintain dignity and courtesy by elected representatives. 


The day after the opposition’s protest on Parliament stairs on Tuesday, Trinamool Congress leader Kalyan Banerjee mockingly imitated Dhankhar, leading to furor from the ruling party . The Members of Parliament were expressing their objection to their suspension, eliciting strong criticism from the BJP.

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