Meanwhile, ahead of the trust vote on Friday, Congress President Rahul Gandhi attacked the Narendra Modi-led BJP government for the lack of jobs and PM Modi's pre-poll promise of depositing Rs 15 lakh in bank accounts of the poor.
Speaking during the No-Confidence Motion, Gandhi charged the government of causing hardships to the common man through its policies.
Reacting to French government statement on Rafale deal, Congress president Rahul Gandhi said that he will stand by on what he said.
Minister Harsimrat Kaur Badal of Akali Dal took potshots at Rahul Gandhi, asking what did he have before coming to Parliament, claiming that the opposition leader had accused Punjabis of being "nashedi (drug addicts)".
Responding to Gandhi's allegations, Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said, "The agreement of secrecy was signed by the then Defence Minister and this agreement clearly mentioned that the value of the jets can not be disclosed".
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Earlier, AIMIM chief Asaduddin Owaisi attacked the government for not working for the minorities and said that lynchings had also happened in the country in 2002 Gujarat riots and after the demolition of Babri Masjid in 1992.
"You may call me Pappu, but I don't hate you", Rahul Gandhi said, looking directly at Prime Minister Narendra Modi and then walking across to embrace him. However, it did not specifically mention whether the classified information included details of the pricing, over which the Congress has made allegations.
Given Modi's visible surprise, one user brought up the issue of consent and called it the "most forced hug" of all time. And then the Congress president hugs the PM - a long-drawn tight hug. "He's not a chowkidaar (watchman) but a bhagidar (co-conspirator)", Gandhi said.
The third Lok Sabha, from 1962 to 1967 saw three Prime Ministers: Nehru, Shastri and Gandhi.
The BJP and RSS have taught him what it means to be in the Congress, what Lord Shiva means and what being a Hindu means, he said. "This is Parliament and not a "pappi jhappi" area of Munna Bhai", she said, mocking at him.
Perhaps realising the BJP's game plan to not allow the opposition to speak in order to avoid the visible embarrassment, Rahul stressed that what he was going to speak was important, Rahul said, "The prime minister and Mr Amit Shah are two very different types of politicians. In his reply, Modi asked all Lok Sabha members to dismiss the non-confidence motion, which he said was driven by arrogance and Congress" attempt to test its own probable allies.
"What did the Congress do with governments of Charan Singh, of Chandra Shekhar and of IK Gujral?"