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Now it’s Congress’ turn to complain to EC against Modi

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The Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi addresses rally in Sawaimadhopur, Rajasthan
The Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi addresses rally in Sawaimadhopur, Rajasthan

Days after the Bharatiya Janata Party complained to the Election Commission against Rahul Gandhi’s controversial “ISI” remarks, Congress has approached the poll watchdog seeking stern action against Narendra Modi for his “khooni panja” barb against the party.

In its communication to Chief Election Commissioner V S Sampath, the Congress accused the BJP’s prime ministerial candidate of making “intemperate, malicious and defamatory” remarks by referring to the hand symbol, allotted by the Commission to Congress, as “Khooni Panja” and “Jalim Haath”.

“The use of the expression ‘khooni panja’ is extremely significant and deplorable and has an effect of terrorising the public at large against Congress,” the party has said in its petition.

The Congress move to approach the EC last night came days after the poll body notice to the party vice-president over his remark that Pakistani intelligence agency was in touch with some victims of Muzaffarnagar violence.

After BJP’s petition to EC in this regard, Mr. Gandhi was served a notice to which he had replied on Friday last stating that he had not violated the moral code of conduct.

Congress also sent to the EC a DVD of Mr. Modi’s speech at Dongargarh in Chhattisgarh on Thursday in which he had made the remarks as well as clippings of a newspaper report.

The party also sent the EC, the text of Mr. Modi’s speech in which the BJP leader had said, “Yadi aap chahte hain ki Chattisgarh ke upar kisi khooni panje ka saya na pade to aap sabhi kamal mein button dabana aur Chhattisgarh ko khooni panje se bachana. (If you want that the shadow of bloodied hand does not fall on Chattisgarh, press the button on Lotus)” .

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