Lok Sabha elections: BJP unnecessarily portrayed Rajiv Gandhi, says Sam Pitroda

AMRITSAR (Punjab): Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Has Unnecessarily Brought Rajiv Gandhi In Image And" The People Like Me Who Worked With Him Are Very Upset" Said Head Of Indian Overseas Congress (IOC) Sam Pitroda Here On Wednesday.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi-led BJP Government Has Unnecessarily Brought In Rajiv Gandhi Into The Picture. People Like Me, Who Have Worked With Rajiv Gandhi, Are Very Upset, Pitroda Told Media Persons Here.

Rajiv Gandhi, Who Served As The 6th Prime Minister Of India From 1984 To 1989, Was Assassinated On May 21, 1991, At Tamil Nadu, Where He Had Gone To Address A Public Meeting.

There Are Two Main Issues In This Election. One Is The Idea Of ‚Äč‚ÄčIndia. We Believe That The BJP Government Has Attacked Democracy, Freedom And Diversity. It Has Constantly Lie About Rahul Gandhi ' S Diploma, Litigation Or Citizenship He Said.

The Other Is The Fact That BJP Has Delivered Nothing In The Last Five Years. If You Go Back To 2014 And See The Promises That Premier Modi Has Made For The People In India, None Of Those Big Promises Have Been Made, Pitroda Added.

It Is Worth The Trouble India Election Commission On Tuesday Cool Clean Chit To Prime Minister Modi For His ' Bhrashtachari No. 1 ' Remark Against Rajiv Gandhi, Which The Congress Party Had Termed As The Violation Of The Model Code Of Conduct (MCC).

Pitroda Added That The Congress Party Has Confidence That They Are In The.

Looking At The First Five Phases Of The Lok Sabha Elections, We Win And Do It Well. The Government Of Modes Goes. People Of Government Modes Really Worry. The Attacks, Tone, And Body Language Of Premier Modes 'tellusveryclearlythatthisgovernmentcontinuesonmay23hesaid.


The Lok Sabha Elections In Punjab Will Be Held On May 19, The Last Phase Of Seven-phased Voting. The Counting Of Votes Will Take Place On May 23.