Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi angry over poster issued against PM, demands ban on Congress

Poster War: BJP leader Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi on Saturday (7 October) demanded the Election Commission to ban the Congress party. The Kerala Congress unit had released a poster in which Prime Minister Narendra Modi was compared to Muhammad bin Tughlaq, the second Sultan of the Tughlaq Empire. Kerala Congress had posted this on its official Twitter handle.

In fact, BJP leader Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi posted on social media platform X and said, ‘Congress’ recognition should be canceled and the party should be banned.,

Kerala Congress unit had made this post

In fact, the Congress unit of Kerala had posted on Twitter saying that PM Modi, if you are keen to update the textbooks, then please replace the Tughlaq period with your era. Along with this, Congress had released a poster with the photo of PM Modi, in which PM Modi was compared with Muhammad bin Tughlaq. Earlier, BJP also shared a poster in filmy style on micro blogging site X, in which it is written, ‘Ravana – Congress Party’s production. Director George Soras.’ In this post, BJP also targeted Hungarian-American businessman George Soras.

While sharing the picture of Rahul Gandhi in the form of Ravana in the poster, BJP has written that Ravana of the new era. He is evil, anti-religious and anti-Ram. Its goal is to destroy India. After this, Congress National General Secretary Jairam Ramesh hit back and said that BJP’s attempt is to promote violence against Rahul Gandhi.

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