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Prakash Raj comes in defence of Rahul Gandhi, says, 'He is not against women, he appointed transgender at important post'

Speed News Desk | Updated on: 10 January 2019, 17:01 IST
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After NCW issued notice to Congress president Rahul Gandhi upon the remarks on women while attacking PM Modi, actor Prakash Raj has come out in support of the former.

Actor-turned-politician Prakash Raj, who has recently announced his entry into politics, has extended his support to Rahul Gandhi and said that recently, latter has appointed transgender as a representative.

Prakash Raj issued statement that “He is not against women, if he can appoint a transgender representative in important position. Why do you want to look at his statement in only that way? Isn’t it true that PM has not answered&not been in Parl, we should look at that too.”

Earlier, NCW chairperson Rekha Sharma had served notice to Congress president demanding an explanation over his remark saying “We've asked explanation from Rahul Gandhi for why he said what he said y'day in 2 tweets.The statement was pathetic, sexist & misogynistic. That's why we've sent him a notice.He have to explain what does he mean when he is trying to talk low of women.”

Rahul Gandhi, on Wednesday, had called PM Modi hiding behind a “mahila” and stated that “The watchman with a 56-inch chest ran away and told a woman, Sitharamanji, defend me. I won't be able to defend myself, defend me. For two and a half hours, the woman could not defend him. I had asked a straight question - answer yes or no - but she couldn't answer.”

Gandhi had said in the rally that “With all due respect Modi Ji, in our culture respect for women begins at home. Stop shaking. Be a man and answer my question: Did the Air Force and Defence Ministry object when you bypassed the original Rafale deal?”

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First published: 10 January 2019, 17:01 IST
 
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