No-confidence motion LIVE: Rahul Gandhi says Modi can't look me in the eye

No-confidence motion debate continues after adjournment. Rahul Gandhi said that the country's farmers, youth, Dalits and tribals were the victims of the 'jumla strike'. Lok Sabha adjourned until 1.45 pm after uproar during Rahul Gandhi's speech.

PM Narendra Modi laughs after Rahul Gandhi says 'Pradhanmantri apni aankh meri aankh mein nahi daal sakte' #NoConfidenceMotion
— ANI (@ANI) July 20, 2018
"PM Modi cannot look me in the eyes. I can see that because the Prime Minister has not been truthful," said Rahul Gandhi.

I can see him smiling. But there's a touch of nervousness in the gentleman & he is looking away from me. I can understand that. He cannot look into my eyes, I can see that because the Prime Minister has not been truthful: Rahul Gandhi in Lok Sabha. #NoConfidenceMotion
— ANI (@ANI) July 20, 2018
Everybody understands and sees the amount of money which goes into the marketing of the Prime Minister of India: Rahul Gandhi

The on Friday took up a no-confidence motion against the government for debate and voting, two days after the start of the monsoon session. Top guns of the Congress and the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) are taking part in the debate, which will conclude with a reply from Prime Minister Congress president Rahul Gandhi is expected to speak during the day.   

Seven hours have been set aside for the debate, which began shortly after 11 am and will continue without any lunch break.  

The is expected to have a smooth sailing. In the 545-member (including the Speaker) Lok Sabha, the BJP-led NDA can bank on around 311 members, including the 273 of the BJP, Shiromani Akali Dal’s (SAD’s) 4, Shiv Sena’s 18, Lok Janshakti Party’s (LJP’s) 6, Rashtriya Lok Samta Party’s (RLSP’s) 3, Janata Dal (United)’s (JD-U’s) 2, Apna Dal’s 2, All India N R Congress’ 1, Sikkim Democratic Front’s (SDF’s) 1, and Nationalist Democratic Progressive Party’s (NDPP’s) 1.  

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