Cong moves EC against Raje

After Narendra Modi’s aide Amit Shah, Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje has come under fire for her remarks, with Congress on Sunday approaching the Election Commission seeking the BJP leader’s arrest over her “open threat” at an election rally in Karauli.


The party shot off a letter to Chief Election Commissioner V S Sampath, demanding that she be booked and action taken against her for alleged violation of mode code of conduct.
In Jaipur, the Aam Aadmi Party also moved the EC, urging it to ensure action against Raje for her “provocative” remarks.

In his letter to CEC, Secretary of AICC Legal Department K C Mittal claimed that Raje had said that “let the elections be over, we will see who is cut into pieces” at the rally.
Raje had allegedly made the comments while referring to the controversial remarks by Saharanpur Congress candidate Imran Masood in which he had said threatened to chop Modi into pieces.

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