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We don’t win please, which BJP MP did Pappu Yadav get angry with after taking the oath?

Nita Yadav

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Purnea MP Pappu Yadav

MP Rajesh Ranjan alias Pappu Yadav, who won as an independent candidate from Purnia district in Bihar, got angry with the ruling party MP present in the House on Tuesday during the oath-taking ceremony in the Lok Sabha. He expressed his displeasure and said that I have become an MP for the sixth time. You live by grace and I live alone. He also demanded to re-conduct the NEET exam during the swearing-in ceremony.

When MP Pappu Yadav raised slogans of ‘Bihar Zindabad’ and ‘Seemanchal’ during the swearing-in, members of the ruling party objected to his slogans. Meanwhile, he approached the presiding officer, Bhatrihari Mahtab, and told his fellow MPs, “More than you, I have been elected as an MP for the sixth time. I don’t need to be coached by anyone on what to say. You will teach us.” He continued, “You live by grace. I fight alone. I have won the election as an independent candidate for the fourth time. There is no need for you to tell me.”

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Swear in a t-shirt that says ‘Re-Knit’

Earlier, Rajesh Ranjan alias Pappu Yadav reached the House on Tuesday wearing a t-shirt that read Re-NEET, demanding re-examination of NEET-UG. In which he also took the oath of membership. After being sworn in as an MP, Pappu Yadav also sought re-conduct of the NEET exam, however, his statement was stricken from the record.

After taking the oath, Pappu Yadav said in his post on social media X that the second inning of parliamentary life has started with the taking of oath. We aim to make the Purnia model a model of politics of service, justice and development across Bihar. He also stated that during the swearing-in, he demanded a re-examination of NEET. Apart from this, special state status was also demanded for Bihar.

Demand for special status to Bihar

Pappu Yadav, who joined the Congress before the election and contested as an independent candidate after not getting a ticket, told reporters that lakhs of students are demanding re-conduct of the NEET exam and we believe their demand should be accepted. He also said that Bihar should also be given special status.

Massive protests are taking place across the country over the issue of NEET-UG paper leak. This exam is conducted by the National Testing Agency (NTA) for admission to MBBS, BDS, AYUSH and other related courses in government and private institutions of the country. The NEET exam was conducted last month on May 5 at 4,750 centers in 571 cities across the country. In which the exam was also conducted in 14 foreign cities. More than 23 lakh students participated in this exam.

Nita Yadav

Nita Yadav

I am Nita Yadav, specializing in writing about politics and breaking national news. My focus is on delivering insightful and timely perspectives on these crucial topics, aiming to inform and engage my readers effectively.

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