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Shashi Tharoor's chat with Supriya Sule in Lok Sabha triggers memes, Congress MP responds
Shashi Tharoor
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Shashi Tharoor's chat with Supriya Sule in Lok Sabha triggers memes, Congress MP responds

| @indiablooms | 08 Apr 2022, 11:00 am

New Delhi/IBNS: A video capturing Congress MP Shashi Tharoor chatting with his colleague from Nationalist Congress Party (NCP), Supriya Sule, in the Lok Sabha while former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Farooq Abdullah was speaking went viral on social media triggering innumerable memes.

In the video, Sule is seen turning back and chatting with Tharoor, who leaned on to his desk to listen to the NCP MP.

One Twitterati said, "It was a great speech by Farooq Abdullah. Must listen for everyone."

Another user said, "One should train one's mind to focus on important issues- Shashi Tharoor."

One Raj Shekhar said, "We just want to know the speech that’s going behind Farooq saahib!"

As the social media went flooded with such memes, Tharoor himself in a tweet saying, "For all those who've been enjoying themselves at @supriyaSule's &my expense over our brief exchange in the Lok Sabha, she was asking me a policy question because she was about to speak next.

"She was speaking softly so as not to disturb FarooqSahib, so i leaned over to hear her.

 

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