“Called An Apple, An Apple”: Mahua Moitra On Profanity In Parliament


A defiant Mahua Maitra, a Trinamool Congress contender. On Wednesday said she “stands by” the BJP’s Ramesh Vidhuri in Parliament, using an expletive. Amid calls for an apology and action against him.
“I said an apple, an apple and I stand by it,” he told reporters outside parliament, a day after controversy erupted over his comments.

“This is a gentleman who called farmers ‘pimps’. It is on record, I tweeted the video. Hon’ble Minister for Urban Development, Hardeep Singh Puri. Said absolutely offensive words to Dr. Shantanu Sen in the Rajya Sabha,” he said.

“This is not the first time that vulgar or harsh words have been used in Parliament. And what makes me laugh is the BJP saying ‘Yeh Mahila Hokar Kaase Ye Shabad Prabhat Ki’. Do I need apple to be a man to give this? As good as it comes back?” Mrs. Maitra Dr.

"Called An Apple, An Apple": Mahua Moitra On Profanity In Parliament

During a debate in Parliament on Tuesday when. The opposition targeted Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government. For alleged fraud against the apple Adani Group, Ms Maitra reportedly engaged. In a verbal spat with BJP MP Ramesh Vidhuri.

Hs Telugu Desam Party (TDP) MP K Ram Mohan Naidu made his statement.

However, his comments caused a stir. With Union Parliamentary Affairs Minister Prahlad Joshi later demanding. An apology from the Trinamool Congress.

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Among those who criticized the remarks was BJP MP Hema Malini, who on Wednesday said. They should control their tongues and not get over-excited apple and emotional. Every member of Parliament is an honorable person.”

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