Shop of love in the market of hate: Danish Ali gets emotional after hugging Rahul

New Delhi. Former Congress president Rahul Gandhi met Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) MP Danish Ali on Friday and expressed solidarity. After this meeting, Gandhi said, “Love is a shop in the market of hate.”

Bharatiya Janata Party MP Ramesh Vidhuri used offensive words against Danish Ali in the Lok Sabha on Thursday. Rahul Gandhi reached Ali’s residence on Friday evening and hugged him. Congress general secretary KC Venugopal was also present.

Responding to Rahul Gandhi’s tweet, the BSP MP wrote, “You came suddenly, lifted my spirits! Hate will lose, love will win!!!” He added, “Your visit has given me great strength to continue my fight against the growing culture of hate in the country! Thank you Rahul ji.”

While sharing the picture of this meeting between Rahul Gandhi and Danish Ali, Congress posted on ‘X’, “Thursday, in Parliament, BJP MP Ramesh Vidhuri insulted Danish Ali as very vulgar and used parliamentary abuse. At that time, two former BJP ministers started laughing obscenely. This shameful and trivial act of Ramesh Vidhuri is a disgrace to the dignity of the House. “Congress, along with the entire country, is strongly opposed to such a spirit of hatred and hatred in the temple of democracy.”

Ali also wrote a letter to Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla against Vidhuri on Friday and requested that the matter be referred to the Privileges Committee. Vidhuri used offensive words against Danish Ali in the Lok Sabha on Thursday, which was regretted by Deputy Leader of Parliament and Defense Minister Rajnath Singh. Vidhuri made these comments against Ali while participating in a discussion on the success of India’s lunar mission ‘Chandrayaan-3’ and the country’s achievements in the space sector.

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