BJP persists with plaint against Rahul for speech

BJP persists with plaint against Rahul for speech

The BJP has once again approached the Election Commission on Tuesday to complain over Rahul Gandhi’s alleged attempts to ‘communalise’ the polity in poll-bound Uttar Pradesh.

The Congress vice president told the Jan Vedna Sammelan on January 11 that he saw the Congress election symbol hand in Lord Shiva, Hazrat Ali and Guru Nanak.

A BJP delegation led by union minister Prakash Javadekar told the EC that the content of Rahul’s “speech is not only offensive but also an attempt to communalise the polity”.

A BJP state team had earlier met EC officials in Lucknow to lodge a complaint against Rahul.

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