Congress condemns Modi on his derogatory remarks in the Parliament

NEW DELHI, INDIA - AUGUST 15: Prime Minister Narendra Modi addresses on the occasion of 71st Independence Day Celebrations at Red Fort, on August 15, 2017 in New Delhi, India. Addressing the nation from the Red Fort on India's 71st Independence Day, Modi warned those indulging in mob violence, saying attacks in the name of aastha (faith) was not something to be happy about and wont be accepted. Modi on Tuesday called for a New India that will be free of casteism, communalism, terrorism and corruption as he urged those wielding the gun in Kashmir to join the mainstream so that the Kashmir problem is solved through embrace. (Photo by Raj K Raj/Hindustan Times via Getty Images)

Congress condemns PM Modi on his derogatory remarks on former Union minister and Rajya Sabha MP Renuka Chowdhry in the parliment.
Renuka chowdhry in her reply says “PM Modi made a personal remarks. Whatelse do you expect from him?”, reported ANI.

Congress also condemns Rajya Sabha Chairman, Venkaiyah Naidu’s biased approach in the Parliament.