A verbal war between Raj Babbar, the Congress candidate & Guddu Pandit, his rival from BSP (Bahujan Samaj Party) from Fatehpur Sikri recently took a turn for the worse. On Tuesday, Raj Babbar hit towards the BSP opponent stating he couldn’t really compete against a person that shows minimal decency when speaking.
On Monday’s rally for campaigning in the National Election, Pandit used some highly offensive words when targeting the opponent Raj Babbar. He called Raj Babbar’s supporters “Dogs”. To this, Babbar replied back that he doesn’t want to waste his energy in providing someone a message that doesn’t have decency when speaking and tends to use bad language.
He also added that his parents might have advised him to tone it down but if that doesn’t work, then who is he to mention anything to his opponent.
Crude statements and bad language have been among the known hallmarks in the election campaign. This is why, on Monday, Supreme Court went on to impose temporary ban over 4 politicians from making any statements publicly or involving themselves in campaign.
While politicians such as Yogi Adityanath, Maneka Gandhi, & Mayawati were punished given the communal pronouncements, Azam Khan, a Samajwadi Party based candidate was caught over camera using vulgar language against Jaya Prada, a BJP rival.