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Will address allegations against me only in Parliament:Rahul Gandhi

Congress leader and Waynad MP Rahul Gandhi has said he "hoped" that he would be allowed to speak in parliament on the BJP's allegation that he insulted the country abroad by questioning the state of democracy. "But I don't think they will let me speak," the Congress leader told reporters in New Delhi on Thursday, hours after his brief appearance in parliament."If the Indian democracy was functioning, I would be able to say my piece in parliament. What you are seeing is a test of the Indian democracy. Whether an MP is going to be given the same space as those four ministers were given when they raised allegations against me," said the Congress leader.

Earlier in the day, Rahul Gandhi attended Parliament and sought time from Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla to speak and defend himself. “His name was taken by BJP leaders inside the House. He told the speaker that he needed to defend himself and that he should be given time to speak,” said party leader Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury. Rahul Gandhi attended Lok Sabha for the first time since the massive row erupted over his comments in London, with at least four Union Ministers demanding his apology in and outside parliament.

Parliament has been witnessing a massive ruckus between the government and the Opposition over the remarks made by Rahul Gandhi against India in the UK. The BJP has demanded that Rahul Gandhi apologise in Parliament for insulting India on foreign soil. On the other hand, the Congress and other opposition parties are demanding a joint parliamentary committee probe into the Adani-Hindenburg issue.

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