Rahul Gandhi’s ‘unverified allegations’ against Modi violated code of conduct, says BJP

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A case has been registered against Rahul Gandhi n a Bihar court on Tuesday for addressing Pakistan-based terrorist group Jaish chief as "Masood Azhar ji", while attacking Prime Minister Modi, in a meeting with party workers in New Delhi. "We will pass women's reservation bill in Lok Sabha, assemblies and reserve 33% for women in govt jobs". This man is not able to see the beauty of the world. "How many times have you seen the Prime Minister of India like this, being open to any question from anybody?"

Interacting with students of Stella Maris College for Women here, Gandhi also said that the UPA government would simplify the procedures in the Goods and Services Tax (GST) and have a low single tax rate.

"I learnt from Modi that when he attacks me, throws anger at me, he trains me not to reply in anger.so I can not hate Modi.do you hate people who teach you things.no", he said. Can you hate people who teach you things?

The Congress on Wednesday attacked the Bharatiya Janata Party government after China blocked a bid at the United Nations to designate Pakistan-based terror group Jaish-e-Mohammed chief Masood Azhar as a "global terrorist", saying Prime Minister Narendra Modi's foreign policy has been a series of "diplomatic disasters". "The more you are attacked, the more you give love and affection back".

According to him, the current central government was North India centric and he believed that all parts of India should have an equal say.

"We have requested the EC to take action against Rahul Gandhi for levelling unverified allegations against PM Narendra Modi yesterday in Ahmedabad, when the Model Code of Conduct is already in effect", said Prasad.

Gandhi said if both sides exchanged only hate, "you learn nothing and if they hate you and you go and hug them you learn a lot", he said to big rounds of applause.

On the education system, Gandhi said there should be space for the government and everything can not be left to the hands of the private sector.