Nothing wrong in Rahul Gandhi’s remark, EC should not concede injustice of machine by Modi: Congress

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New Delhi: Unfazed by a Election Commission’s notice, Congress on Monday justified Rahul Gandhi’s conflict on BJP in Bihar elections and pronounced a check physique should not have authorised “blatant injustice of machinery” by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

Party orator Anand Sharma pronounced there was “nothing wrong” in Gandhi’s matter as it was a partial of a domestic discourse.

File print of Rahul Gandhi. PTI File print of Rahul Gandhi. PTI

File print of Rahul Gandhi. PTI

The Prime Minister should’ve been given a notice instead as his speeches in Bihar have been “seeds for dividing people by selectively targeting minority community”, he said.

The EC had on Sunday issued a show-cause notice to Rahul Gandhi for his remarks that BJP creates Hindus and Muslims quarrel any other and pronounced prima facie a Congress clamp boss has disregarded a supplies of a Model Code of Conduct in force for Bihar polls.

Noting that a EC has a inherent charge for holding giveaway and satisfactory polls, Sharma pronounced a Commission should have “not authorised blatant injustice of machine by a Prime Minister”.

He pronounced a Prime Minister twice done process statements by his “Mann Ki Baat” programme on open broadcaster All India Radio.

Also, a AIR and Doordarshan telecast live RSS arch Mohan Bhagwat’s Dussehra residence “which usually talked about a so called achievements of a Modi Government,” he alleged.

“Why a Election Commission unsuccessful to forestall this blatant misuse?” Sharma asked.

Replying to a question, he pronounced Congress President Sonia Gandhi would be assembly President Pranab Mukherjee on Tuesday in a backdrop of flourishing dogmatism in a country.

Sharma, however, did not give any sum in this regard.