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CPI MP Salim words created uproar in LK

Communist Party of Indian leaded Mohd Salim words become reason to disturb the ongoing sessions in Lok Sabha. Even during a debate on intolerance, members of Parliament did not miss any chance to create uproar in the House, not allowing fellow members to speak and threw a volley of jibes at each other.

Attacking Rajnath Singh, Communist Party of India (Marxist) leader Mohd Salim recalled a newspaper article which stated that the Home Minister allegedly said that India has got a 'Hindu ruler' after 800 years, following Narendra Modi's victory. Visibly hurt by Salim's comments, Rajnath lashed out at him and refuted making any such remarks. "He has put a serious allegation on me. I would want to ask him where I have made such remarks on Hindu leader comments or else apologise," he said.  Singh claimed that he was "deeply hurt" by the allegations that Mohd Salim had levelled against him. "A Home Minister making such a statement has no right to continue being on the post," Singh said. Clarifying his remarks, Mohd Salim claimed that he quoted the statement from a magazine. "If Rajnath Singh is denying then let him send a legal notice to the publication," he said.

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