Chennithala demands arrest of Joyce George for making controversial remark against Rahul Gandhi


A case must be registered against him for making anti-women statements and he should be arrested, Chennithala said. Joyce spoke in a very disparaging manner against a national leader like Rahul Gandhi and this shows that the Left Front is up for destruction.

Kattappana: Opposition leader Ramesh Chennithala demanded the arrest of Idukki's former Lok Sabha MP Joyce George for making derogatory remarks against MP Rahul Gandhi. Chennithala said that George had made such a distasteful remark and wanted a case to be booked against him.

George made this controversial remark while campaigning for State Power Minister M M Mani at Erattayar in Idukki district on Monday. In his speech, George said 'Gandhi is a bachelor and he goes only to interact with girls at the college campus'. "Gandhi is a problem maker and, hence women should be wary of him," said George, while Mani was sitting on the dais.

Reacting sharply to these remarks, Chennithala said Joyce made such a comment startled over seeing large crowd throng Rahul Gandhi’s venue. He also demanded stern action against Joyce.

A case must be registered against him for making anti-women statements and he should be arrested, Chennithala said. Joyce spoke in a very disparaging manner against a national leader like Rahul Gandhi and this shows that the Left Front is up for destruction.

Idukki district Congress committee president Ibrahimkutty Kallar said this showed the way George has been groomed and what he actually is. "We will be approaching the Election Commission and also organise a protest in Idukki, later in the day," said Kallar.

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