The Congress is set to file a complaint against Prime Minister Narendra Modi over his controversial remarks made during his rally in Fatehpur district in Uttar Pradesh on Sunday.
Secretary of the Legal and Human Rights Department of the Congress party KC Mittal confirmed the development, stating that a complaint will be filed over the PM’s “deplorable” statement during his address.
Prime Minister Modi on Sunday said that no government must discriminate the public on the lines of religion and caste.
“Ramzan me bijli athi hai tho Diwali me bhi ani chahiye; Bhedbhav nhi hona chahiye (If there is electricity during Ramadan then it must be available during Diwali too; there shouldn’t be any discrimination),” he said.
The other statement which seems to have invited the wrath of the Congress was when he said, “Gaon me kabristan banta hai to shamshaan bhi banna chahiye” (If land is given for cemetery in a village, it should be given for cremation ground also).
Asserting that the public should not be divided on lines of caste and religion, he further stated that “Sabka sath, sabka vikas” is his government’s