Modi started referring to a speech made in Parliament by senior BJP leader L.K. Advani and said that Aadhaar was actually conceptualized in Parliament several years back when Renuka started laughing noisily so much so that Chairman of the Rajya Sabha Vice-Presisdent Venkaiah Naidu had to pull her up. Union Minister of State for Home Kiran Rijiju has shared a video of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's comment on Congress leader Renuka Chowdhary hysterical laughter likening to mythological character "Surpanakha". In another tweet, he said, "Congress says it's a breach of privilege!"
Rijiju, however, clarified that he was only trying to show how the PM had kept his cool.
She had yesterday threatened to file a privilege motion against Rijiju who said he was only referring to how he (Modi) was not annoyed despite a "vexatious" laugh.
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"A women parliamentarian laughing at his language of claims what was alluded to is shameful. We condemn it. He should apologise", he said.
"The Congress has accused PM Modi of "lowering the dignity of his office" with his comments on Ms Chowdhury and has demanded his apology". "If he would have spoken this outside parliament then there would had been a case against him according to law", she told reporters.
Though the Prime Minister never took names, the exchange fueled memes on social media and many speculated that Ms Chowdhury had been compared to Surpanakha, a prominent baddie in the Ramayana series based on the life of god-king Ram. "If you have some problem, go to a doctor, please", an irritated Naidu told Chowdhury. "Ever since I have seen Ramayana (serial), I have for the first time got an opportunity to hear such laughter", Modi said to the thumping of desks by treasury benches in the Rajya Sabha.