Election commission gives green signal to Modi on his “bhrashtachari No. 1” remark against Rajiv Gandhi

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Election Commission of India (ECI) gives a green signal to Prime Minister Narendra Modi over his remarks on former prime minister Rajiv Gandhi saying that he was Bhrashtachari number 1.

Senior leaders including Abhishek Manu Singhvi, Rajiv Shukla, and Salman Khurshid approached the poll panel and met the election commission officials to complain against Prime Minister Narendra Modi over his remarks while he was addressing a rally in Uttar Pradesh and challenge the Congress to fight elections in the name of former Prime Minister.

Election Commission in its notice said that the speech by Narendra Modi has been examined with a view to identifying any instances of violation of the model code of conduct. It said, “prima facie we did not figure out any little violation of MCC as given in the instructions of election commissioner and thus the case is disposed of.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed a rally in Uttar Pradesh and challenged the Congress to fight elections in Bhopal and Punjab for the remaining two phases in the name of former Prime Minister who was an accused in Bofors scam. He rebuked the former Prime Minister and said that Gandhi family has looted India for several years and youth should know this. He continued to hit Rahul Gandhi and said your father was termed “Mr clean” by his courtiers but his life ended as “Bhrashtachari Number 1.”

The opposition took over to Modi and Congress president Rahul Gandhi said that Modi’s beliefs about his father will not protect him. He said that “ÿour karma awaits you.” Priyanka Gandhi also resorted to saying that Modi is involving in crazy politics engaging in “Belagam Sanak.”

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