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Renuka Chowdhury may file motion against Rijiju over video

Prime Minister Narendra Modi " s "Ramayana' remark over Renuka Chowdhary's laughter in the Rajya Sabha has triggered a war of words between the Congress and BJP.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday hurled a "Ramayana" jibe at Renuka Chowdhury, who broke out in a loud laughter during his speech on Motion of Thanks to the President's Address. "This is highly objectionable and I am going to file a privilege motion", Ms. Chowdhury told reporters minutes after Mr. Rijiju posted the video. "Despite such vexatious laugh by Renuka Chaudhary, the PM didn't get irritated". "I merely referred to PM's equanimity". Yesterday, during the reply, Modi had questioned the Congress's claim of being the originator of the biometric national ID Aadhaar when he said that the then Home Minister L K Advani had in 1998 spoken about an all-purpose national ID in Rajya Sabha.

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He said it was in 1935 that the All India Congress Committee at its Lucknow Session had adopted the resolution that independent India will be a "parliamentary democracy". Chairman M Venkaiah Naidu chided the members for their "unbecoming" behaviour and asked them to resume their places.

Earlier in the day, Congress MP Kumari Selja had told reporters that all women MPs of Congress met Naidu and demanded an apology from the PM.

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Backing Renuka Chowdhury, Congress spokesperson Anand Sharma had also said that the Prime Minister had crossed the line of political discourse with his language and the "outrageous" reference for which he should apologise.

Smiling broadly, Modi requested Naidu not to restrain the Congress MP. "I personally feel that this attitude and comment in the Upper House of Parliament belittles the office of the PM and amounts to an insult to each and every woman in the country", Ms. Dev said. "After the Ramayan serial, we got the privilege of hearing this kind of laughter only today", he said, to the amusement of top BJP leaders and other ministers sitting around him.

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