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Home / Lok Sabha Elections / ‘Advani our father figure, maintain some decorum’: Sushma Swaraj’s stinker on Rahul Gandhi’s speech

‘Advani our father figure, maintain some decorum’: Sushma Swaraj’s stinker on Rahul Gandhi’s speech

Gandhi on Friday had accused Prime Minister Narendra Modi of humiliating Advani, saying disrespecting one’s guru is not Hindu culture.

lok-sabha-elections Updated: Apr 06, 2019 13:51 IST
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The Congress chief’s remark was a veiled reference to Advani not getting Lok Sabha poll ticket from Gandhinagar, from where the BJP has fielded party president Amit Shah instead.
The Congress chief’s remark was a veiled reference to Advani not getting Lok Sabha poll ticket from Gandhinagar, from where the BJP has fielded party president Amit Shah instead. (PTI File)
         

Taking strong objection to Rahul Gandhi’s remarks on the treatment meted out to BJP veteran L K Advani by the party, senior BJP leader Sushma Swaraj on Saturday asked the Congress president to maintain “some decorum” in his comments.

Gandhi on Friday had accused Prime Minister Narendra Modi of humiliating Advani, saying disrespecting one’s guru is not Hindu culture.

Addressing a poll rally at Chandrapur in Maharashtra, Gandhi had said, “BJP talks of Hinduism. In Hinduism, guru is supreme. It talks of guru-shishya tradition. Who is Modi’s guru? Advani. Joota maar ke stage se utara (Advani was kicked out from stage).” Taking strong objection to Gandhi’s remarks, Swaraj tweeted: “Rahulji - Advani ji is our father figure. Your words have hurt us deeply. Please try to maintain some decorum of your speech.” Gandhi’s swipe at Modi over the treatment meted out to Advani follows the BJP patriarch’s blog published on April 4 where he said the BJP never considered its political adversaries as anti-national.

The Congress chief’s remark was a veiled reference to Advani not getting Lok Sabha poll ticket from Gandhinagar, from where the BJP has fielded party president Amit Shah instead.