New Delhi: The poetic style of Bharatiya Janata Party MP and actress Hema Malini has come to light. He answered a question from journalists in a very poetic manner. Through her reply, Hema Malini also targeted Congress. He also laughed at the allegations being made by the opposition on the issue of Ram Temple and said that I am laughing. What should I say on this? Let us tell you that today was the last day of the budget session in Parliament. In such a situation, many other leaders including PM Modi addressed the Parliament today.
Questions were answered this way
When this question was asked to BJP MP Hema Malini outside the Parliament, the opposition leaders said that we are priests and the BJP people are traders of Ram. On this question, Hema Malini laughed and said that I am laughing a lot, what should I say. When he was asked whether he felt that the opposition would benefit in the Lok Sabha elections by protesting in the name of Ram? On this Hema Malini said what will happen to her. Nothing will happen to them. After this, Hema Malini took aim in a poetic style and said, ‘Don’t harbor unlimited desires, handle whatever you get… Only Modi will come.’
Motion of thanks presented at Ram temple
Let us tell you that a motion of thanks on Ram Temple was presented in the Lok Sabha on Saturday. During this period many leaders including PM Modi were present. While addressing the Lok Sabha, PM Modi openly discussed many issues. During this, PM Modi talked not only about Ram Temple but also on issues ranging from Article 370 and Triple Talaq to youth. Regarding Ram Temple, PM Modi said that the proposal of Ram Temple is very important. Some people left the grounds at Ram temple and ran away. There is an element of everyone’s support, everyone’s development in Ram temple. Elections are coming, some people are nervous. Our elections are also going to increase the pride of the country.
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