Ex MP calls Rahul unmarried trouble maker courts controversy in Kerala
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IDUKKI (KERALA): As campaigning for the meeting polls reached feverish pitch in Kerala, former MP Joyce George courted an argument by making alleged derogatory remarks in opposition to Congress chief Rahul Gandhi in reference to the latter’s interplay with college students of a ladies’s school in Kochi final week.
George, who had gained because the CPM supported impartial throughout 2014 Parliament election from Idukki, made extremely objectionable feedback in opposition to the Nehru scion whereas addressing an election rally at Irattayar right here on Monday.
Distancing himself from the feedback, Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan stated the LDF’s stand is to not personally assault Gandhi.
“We will oppose him politically not personally”, Vijayan informed reporters in Kasaragod on Tuesday.
Attacking the opposition Congress-led UDF and Rahul Gandhi particularly, George stated Gandhi would go to solely ladies’s schools and the ladies must be “cautious” whereas coping with the previous Congress President.
“Girls never bend down in front of him.. he is an unmarried trouble maker,” he alleged.
The former Left impartial MP’s remarks got here days after Gandhi had given Aikido classes on the famed St Teresa’s school in Kochi based mostly on the request of a scholar.
The Congress chief had visited the ladies’s school for an interplay with college students after he arrived on the state for election campaigning.
Joyce George’s assertion drew intense criticism from the Congress fold.
Leader of Opposition Ramesh Chennithala on Tuesday termed the sexually colored remarks in opposition to Gandhi as ‘unlucky and unacceptable.’
A case must be registered in opposition to the previous MP and he must be arrested, he stated.
Member of Parliament and Youth Congress chief Dean Kuriakose lashed out on the ex-MP and stated George may need spoken about his personal character.
“The vulgarity within him has come out now. What is his merit to criticise Rahul Gandhi? He is trying to follow the footsteps of power minister M M Mani, known for making such derogatory comments,” he stated.
Kuriakose stated by means of the feedback, the previous MP had not solely insulted Gandhi but additionally the lady college students.
He additionally stated he would quickly lodge a grievance with the Election Commission in opposition to George on this regard.
Criticising George, Kerala Congress chief P J Joseph stated the remarks had been “immature” and wished to know whether or not it was the opinion of your complete LDF.
However, minister M M Mani justified George and stated he had not made any anti-women remarks and solely criticised Rahul Gandhi.

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