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Modi should get medically tested if he was poisoned, Subramanian Swamy on Rahul Gandhi’s hug to PM

Law activist and senior BJP leader Subramanian Swamy, who has a penchant for sniffing out something wrong when nobody has a clue, took to Twitter after the hug-and-wink drama of Congress President Rahul Gandhi. Swamy, in a tweet said that PM Modi should not have hugged Rahul Gandhi.

He said that Russians and North Koreans use the ’embrace technique’ to stick a poisoned needle and hence Modi should immediately go and get himself medically checked to see if there is any microscopic puncture ‘like Sunanda had’ on her hand. Congress MP Shashi Tharoor’s wife Sunanda Pushkar was found dead under mysterious circumstances in January 2014. Recently, the Delhi Police has filed their charge sheet in the Sunanda Pushkar Murder case, and Congress leader and former minister of state Shashi Tharoor had been charged with the section 498A and Section 306 in the case. Section 498A involves charges for the husband or his family members subjecting a wife to cruelty and Section 306 of the IPC covers abetment to suicide.

BJP leader Subramanian Swamy had alleged that Sunanda Pushkar was administered poison ‘by the Russians’ which resulted in her death.

He condemned Rahul Gandhi’s hug to PM Modi and said that Rahul Gandhi should not have embraced the PM all of a sudden. He called it unethical and said that such behaviour should be discouraged so that it does not happen again.

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