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Cong moves EC against Modi’s ‘CBI, IM remarks’

Submitting the text of Modi’s speech in Bahraich to Chief Election Commissioner V S Sampath, the AICC legal department quoted Modi as saying ‘yeah Sapa yeah Basapa yeah Congress inki tikri chunao kai maidaan mai nahi aayegi aglaey chunao mai mujhe lagta hai CBI, Indian Mujahideen yahi log chunao ka morcha sambhalenge taki Congress ko bachai sakein (This trio of SP, BSP, Congress will not come in poll fray in the next election. I feel CBI, the Indian Mujahideen, these people will handle the electoral front so that they can save Congress)’.

Congress contended that even though Modi’s rally was not organized in any of the five assembly poll-bound states, it was still a violation of model code of conduct as it was – purposely organized to influence and impact the voters in the poll-bound states particularly, Delhi, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh and Chattisgarh – as the BJP leader has been addressing public rallies in these states and is in direct fight with Congress.

‘And the Bahraich rally was also part of the same, in continuity with an objective to influence voters in the poll- bound states, which is violative of model code of conduct’, the party said.

‘Such statements are widely circulated and have serious repercussions for Congress party. It is maliciously and mischievously calculated and designed to put Congress party in a very poor light and intended to cause political and social alienation and harm,’ secretary of AICC legal department KC Mittal said in the complaint.

Mittal alleged Modi has associated Congress Party with a banned organisation IM and for that matter he even goes to the extent to say that ‘yeah bomb, bandook aur pistol ki rajneeti karney wale (those playing the politics of bomb, gun and pistol)?
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