Congress moves EC against BJP's 'misleading advertisements'

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In a brutal takedown of Narendra Modi, Congress President Rahul Gandhi today said that the Prime Minister calling Bengaluru a garbage city was insulting and that data nailed his "lies".

He said The Congress' Karnataka unit will file an FIR under criminal law against the advertisements. The party's "secular" outlook did not prevent it from partnering in a coalition government with the Bharatiya Janata Party in 2006; notwithstanding the protestations of patriarch H.D. Deve Gowda, another such arrangement between the two parties can not be ruled out. "He has failed in addressing all three", Rahul said in an interview to a Karnataka daily.

Karnataka, the Congress chief said, has set an example for other states through its welfare schemes.

He also gave out the figures that showed that sharp difference between money allotted by the Congress and the BJP government for the urban infra funds for Karnataka.

"We bring to your kind notice the blatant violation of the Model Code of Conduct by the Karnataka BJP in the ensuing Assembly elections". Rahul Gandhi has also been campaigning for the Congress and addressed multiple rallies on Thursday. Gandhi, who has been at the receiving end of Modi's salvos during BJP's poll campaign in Karnataka, said the Prime Minister's personal attacks implied he had no answers to the issues raised by him.

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Apparently the comment is being analyzed by political pundits as an attempt to wean away the dalit community votes, following up with his recent remark about insulting Deve Gowda in an apparent effort to earn sympathy of Vakkaliga community.

Congress leaders, including Abhishek Manu Singhvi, Rajeev Shukla and Pramod Tiwari, submitted a memorandum to Chief Election Commissioner Om Prakash Rawat.

"Prime Minister Modi and BS Yeddyurappa want to spread RSS' ideology across India".

Gowda said the PM is a smart politician. Counting of votes will be taken up on 15 May. "We will win, we will have to win assembly constituency, but as always I urge karyakartas and for me the most important thing is winning polling booths", Modi said.