Fifty Shades Of Grey Reference In Parliament

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Reference to 'Fifty Shades Of Grey' by a Congress Lawmaker during the debate on Jammu & Kashmir Reorganisation Bill in Parliament on Tuesday baffled the MPs. The Erotic Book released in the year 2011 was bestseller and even the film adaption created a sensation.

Manish Tiwari opined a state was converted into a Union Territory for the first time in history. He wondered if BJP revokes Article 371 as well to make Northeastern States into Union Territories.

Then, Amit Shah accused Congress of maintaining double standards and demanded it to clarify whether it supports or opposes the decision of centre. Then, Manish Tiwari quoted, 'There is an English book. Everything isn't black and white, there are Fifty Shades of Grey in between. May be, Amit Shah was thinking about something else instead of pay attention to what I said. I clearly maintained Article 370 can't be scrapped without the consent of J&K Assembly'.

Tweeting about this incident, ANI Editor Smita Prakash advised Netizens to google 'Fifty Shades Of Grey' to understand what the Congress Leader was talking in Parliament.

Immediately, BJP MP Smriti Irani responded: 'Maine Bhi Yahi Kaha House Mein'.

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