Rijiju shared the video on his social media page a day after Prime Minister Narendra Modi took a jibe at Chowdhary's laughter.
"I was present there".
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File image of Congress leader Renuka Chowdhury. "Is it justified that she makes indecent remarks & when those remarks are met sarcastically she makes her gender her shield?"
According to the union minister of state for home, the opposition Congress has been saying that Modi's remarks were breach of privilege but the Rajya Sabha chairman (M Venkaiah Naidu) remarked that such behaviour is unbecoming.
On Wednesday, the Prime Minister took a dig at Congress member over her loud laughter at his claim that the idea of Aadhaar was conceptualised during the Atal Bihari Vajpayee government.
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Later, Chowdhury told ANI, "What else do you expect from him?"
"Chairman Sir, please do not stop Renuka Ji from laughing". I can't fall to that level to reply to him.
The Minister said that Pareeksha pe Charcha is an event which relates to most of the households of the country as exam season is round the corner.He also said that during the interaction PM would reply to the queriesof the students which they can upload on the link https://www.mygov.in/task/making-exams-fun-chat-pm-narendra-modi/.Around 10 students will get an opportunity to ask questions directly. "Even the Congress wants 'Gandhi's India.' However, the 'India" that the Congress wants is that of the tandoor case, the Emergency, Bofors and chopper scams, ' the PM said.
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PM said, 'You call us name changers.we are aim changers - we work hard and have ushered in a paradigm shift in the working of the Government. He further added that the research under the Scheme will address our national priorities at the one hand and shortage of quality faculty in the premier educational institutions of the country, on the other.