The Supreme Court has issued a contempt notice to Congress President Rahul Gandhi for his remarks on Prime Minister Narendra Modi regarding the Rafale judgment.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday cast his vote here at Nishan Vidyalaya situated in Ahmedabad’s Ranip area. Notably, Ranip area is a part of Gandhinagar parliamentary constituency, from where BJP national president Amit Shah is contesting.
Earlier today, Modi urged the people to vote in record numbers in the third phase of the Lok Sabha elections that is underway in 116 constituencies spread across 13 states and 2 Union Territories.
In his reply in Supreme Court, Rahul Gandhi said "my statements were used and misused by the political opponents." and that he "gave the statements in the heat of the political campaigning."
"It is a leadership that is sensitive to the poor, and is not afraid to take strong steps to bring the country's economy back on rails or to remove corruption from the country."
"When Abhinandan was captured by Pakistan, it was told that if anything happens to our pilot then we will not leave you," he said, addressing a rally.
"Strongly condemn the horrific blasts in Sri Lanka. There is no place for such barbarism in our region," he tweeted.
The Election Commission of India (ECI) on Saturday issued a notice to entertainment firm Eros Now directing it to take down its original web series 'Modi: Journey of a Common Man.'
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Addressing a rally, Pawar said, "There is no one in his family, how would he know how a family functions and how one takes care of son and wife. This is also the reason why he keeps peeping into others' homes. It is not good to peep into other people's house Modi ji.