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Congress’ Sanjay Nirupam defends his statement of calling PM Modi ‘Anpadh Gawar’

Keeping up with his track record of using derogatory language, Congress leader Sanjay Nirupam had called PM Modi an ‘Anpadh Gawar'(illiterate and uncouth) yesterday. Today, he has defended his statement by saying that it is a democracy and the PM is not God.

He has also added further defenses to his statement by insisting that what is to be told to the children if they ask about the educational qualification of their PM. He questioned that what are the forces that are pressurizing the Delhi University not to disclose his degrees even after claiming he had studied there.

Nirupam had yesterday objected to the documentary movie made on PM Modi’s early life being screened for school and college students. He had stated that what will college students do with learning about an ‘anpadh gawar’ person like PM Modi.

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Nirupam had always been in the news for his derogatory statements and unparliamentary language. He had earlier shared sexist tweets against Textile minister Smriti Irani. He had also given vile remarks against the Karnataka Governor after the Karnataka elections results were announced. During a television debate, he had used vile and misogynist remarks against Union Minister Smriti Irani and she had filed a defamation suit against him.

Not only Nirupam, other Congress leaders like Mani Shankar Aiyar have also been using vile and derogatory remarks against the PM and other BJP ministers. Mani Shankar Aiyar was heavily criticised for his infamous ‘a chaiwallah cannot become PM’ remark, referring to PM Modi’s early life where he used to assist his father in his tea stall. Aiyar had also called PM Modi a ‘neech insan’ following which he was suspended from the Congress party.

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