Rahul Gandhi takes oath as Parliament member. Called back to signal register

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    Rahul Gandhi takes oath as Parliament member. Called back to signal register


    Congress president Rahul Gandhi on Monday took oath as member of the 17th Lok Sabha. Thereafter, he flashed a smile, joined his hands in namaste to greet everybody cloak and used to be on his system out when he used to be called back by people around him for he had forgotten to signal the register – a extraordinarily main part for the completion of oath taking.

    Defence Minister Rajnath Singh, who used to be seated in the front row, used to be also viewed gesticulating to Rahul Gandhi.

    Retracing his steps, the Congress chief then sat all of the sort down to signal the register.

    Thereafter, he walked as a lot as the chair, shook hands and exited the scene.

    Gandhi received the election from Wayanad in Kerala.

    He had also contested from the Gandhi bastion of Amethi in Uttar Pradesh but used to be defeated by BJP leader and Union Minister Smriti Irani by a margin of over 55,000 votes.

    Rahul took the oath in English.

    Minutes sooner than taking oath, he tweeted that his fourth consecutive time interval as a member of the Lok Sabha begins Monday.

    “Representing Wayanad, Kerala, I start my new innings in Parliament by taking my oath this afternoon, striking forward that I will endure correct faith and allegiance to the Structure of India”, he tweeted.

    First Published:
    Jun 17, 2019 18: 41 IST

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