'Chowkidar' to 'bhrashtachari' to 'khaki underwear', campaigning for Lok Sabha election 2019 saw abuse and epithets abound
Reopening wounds, referencing popular culture to deliver insults and sexist jibes, it was all par for the electoral course in a season that tumbled to a name-calling close in a medley of ‘chowkidar', ‘bhrashtachari', Aurangzeb, Mogambo and more.
Jaya Prada booked for objectionable comments against Azam Khan; BJP's Rampur candidate slams rival's ‘Anarkali’ remark
Jaya Prada, the BJP candidate from Rampur, has been booked for making alleged objectionable comments against SP rival Azam Khan
Nirmala Sitharaman on Azam Khan's 'khaki underwear' remarks: 'Politicians must apply their minds before speaking'
Empathising with BJP leader Jaya Prada, Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said political leaders should apply their minds before they speak about women-related issues.
NCW calls Azam Khan's 'khaki underwear' jibe on Jaya Prada 'extremely disgraceful', issues show cause notice to him
Azam Khan allegedly made the remarks while addressing a poll campaign rally at Rampur, which goes to polls on 23 April along with a total of 115 constituencies across 15 states in the third phase of the elections
'Azam Khan has crossed all limits, people will not forgive him for this': Jaya Prada after SP leader makes 'sexist' jibe against her
Earlier on Monday, Azam Khan clarified that he did not make any objectionable remarks against Prada, who is fighting the 2019 general election from Rampur against him. Khan’s clarification came after he allegedly made a below-the-belt remark against Prada.
Azam Khan denies saying 'Jaya Prada wears khaki underpants', vows to withdraw Lok Sabha candidature if proved guilty
Azam Khan has clarified that he did not make any objectionable remarks like 'Jaya Prada wears khaki underwear' against his rival from the Rampur Lok Sabha constituency.