A BJP leader calls for a Congress ban after a poster war in which Modi was shown as Tughlaq

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A BJP leader calls for a Congress ban after a poster war in which Modi was shown as Tughlaq New Delhi / After a poster battle comparing Modi to Tughluq, BJP leader Naqvi demands for the de-recognition of the Congress; the controversy grows as a result of back-and-forth insults.

BJP leader and former Union minister Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi on Saturday called for the derecognition of the Congress party after its Kerala unit compared Prime Minister Narendra Modi with Muhammad bin Tughluq, the second sultan of the Tughluq dynasty, amid the ongoing poster war. Naqvi said that the alleged poster in question makes for a “fit case” for the poll panel to derecognise the Congress and impose a ban on it. Taking to his official handle on X, formerly Twitter, the BJP leader posted, “Fit case for derecognition & Ban on Congress @ECISVEEP.”

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The Congress’s Kerala unit had earlier come out with a poster putting Modi’s face on an image of Muhammed bin Tughlaq from textbooks, making the ruler look like the prime minister.

“Dear Pradhan Mantriji, if you are eager to update textbooks, replace the Tughlaq era with your own,” read the post on the official handle of the Congress Kerala on social media platform X.

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