Just four days after the Election Commission barred him from campaigning for 48 hours for using abusive language for Congress President Rahul Gandhi, Himachal Pradesh Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) president Satpal Singh Satti on Wednesday issued a threat saying that anyone who raises finger at Prime Minister Narendra Modi, his hands will be chopped off.
“Wo chowkidar ko is desh ka, beimaan bolte hain… Jo hamare baap ko chor bolega usko bhi ham log waese he bolenge… Saamne neta log baithe hain, agar koi unki oar ungli uthaega, ham log uski baajoo kaat karke uske haath mein pakda denge (They call the watchman of the entire country, a thief. Whoever calls our father a thief will hear equally derogatory words from us… BJP leaders are sitting here, if anyone raises a finger at them, we will chop off their hands),” Satti said while addressing an election rally in Mandi, Himachal Pradesh.
Looks like, Satti has made it a habit of making derogatory comments against Rahul Gandhi and the Congress.
On April 14, while addressing a rally in Una, Himachal Pradesh, Satti was witnessed making derogatory remarks against the Congress Chief. He was also issued a warning by the District Election Officer (DEO) in Una for the same.
On April 13 again, while making a speech in Solan, Himachal Pradesh, the BJP state chief used the abuse “ma……d” for Rahul Gandhi while giving reference of a purported Facebook post.