UP Congress leader booked for his objectionable remarks on PM Narendra Modi

2 April, 2023 | Pragati Singh

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A video of the Congress leader making "indecent and objectionable" remarks against PM Modi has come out.

A senior police officer stated on Saturday that Congress state general secretary Sachin Chaudhary had been arrested for allegedly making derogatory remarks about Prime Minister Narendra Modi. “An FIR was filed based on a complaint lodged by Bharatiya Janata Party’s youth wing leader Akshit Agarwal against a Congress leader. During a press conference, some objectionable words were spoken by a Congress leader,” Sambhal ASP Shrish Chandra said. “A video of the Congress leader making “indecent and objectionable” remarks against PM Modi has also been provided. Action will be taken soon,” Chandra said.

He also stated that additional research is being conducted.

Meanwhile, a Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh member filed a defamation complaint against Congress leader Rahul Gandhi in a Haridwar court on Saturday, accusing him of referring to the organisation as “Kauravas of the twenty-first century.” According to the counsel for RSS worker Kamal Bhadauria, his client filed the complaint in court under Sections 499 and 500 of the Indian Criminal Code (IPC) for uttering derogatory remarks about the RSS.

On January 9, this year, during the Bharat Jodo Yatra in Haryana, the Congress leader said “Kauravas in the twenty-first century run’shakhas’ while wearing Khakhi half-pants. Aside from them, there are two to three of the country’s wealthiest persons “. Rahul Gandhi was recently convicted in another defamation case by a Surat court for his ‘Modi surname’ statement, which resulted in his removal from the Lok Sabha.