Rahul Gandhi Receives Election Commission Notice over Remarks Targeting PM Modi as ‘Panauti’ and ‘Pickpocket’

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NEW DELHI: The Election Commission has issued a show-cause notice to Congress leader Rahul Gandhi for his ‘panauti’, ‘pickpocket’ and loan-waiver remarks targeting PM Modi. The EC action comes a day after the BJP had approached the poll panel seeking action against Rahul Gandhi and Mallikarjun Kharge for their remarks against the Prime Minister.
Rahul Gandhi had, at a rally, claimed that PM means ‘Panauti Modi‘ suggesting that the Indian team had lost the World Cup final against Australia as Prime Minister Modi was present in the stadium.
The BJP leaders had reacted strongly to Rahul’s jibe and had called him “mandbudhi” and anti-national.
Speaking at another election rally, Rahul had said, “Pickpockets always come in groups of three. He never comes alone. The first person tries to distract you by saying something unconventional. Then comes the second person, his colleague, who picks the pocket and the third person keeps a watch on the victim. He particularly monitors the victim to see if he is resisting. If he does resist, then the third person attacks and threatens the victim. This is the way pickpockets operate. The one who diverts attention is Narendra Modi, the one who is pickpocketing is Adani and the person who threatens is Amit Shah.”

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