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Sonia Gandhi asks Congress MPs to stop raising slogans against PM Modi


New Delhi, Dec 24: Congress president Sonia Gandhi has directed her party MPs to not name the prime minister Narendra Modi in their slogans, while protesting against the government.

All through this winter session, Congress members were seen protesting in the well when PM Narendra Modi came to Lok Sabha in the middle of question hour. Many a times, Congress MPs referred to the PM by his name.

'Stop raising slogans against Modi'

Congress MPs were heard raising slogans of "Modi teri dadagiri nahi chalegi" while protesting against Modi government during National Herald case.

However, the the reason behind the Congress chief's intervention is yet not clear but it is being assumed that party MP's behaviour in the Parliament has been termed as disrespectful to the top post.

Both Sonia and Rahul Gandhi were seen making frontal attacks over PM Modi both inside and outside the parliament.

While the grand-old-party of India lacks numerical strength to force a blockade in Lok Sabha, it left no stones unturned to protest against Modi Government during the winter session, and even managed to force disruptions at times.

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