Uncouth Raj Babbar threw decency to the wind in Agra

Sanjay Bhatnagar

Sanjay BhatnagarBy Sanjay Bhatnagar

Published on 7 Feb 2017 10:23 AM GMT

Uncouth Raj Babbar threw decency to the wind in Agra
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Unseemly Raj Babbar threw decency to the winds in Agra
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Agra: Uttar Pradesh Congress Committee President Raj Babbar on Monday was indecency personified when he made some vulgar remarks leaving women lot gasping in shame and amazement.

It was during an election meeting in favour of joint candidate Nazeer Ahmad in Agra (South) assembly constituency on Monday night when the UPCC Chief was trying to explain use of finger while voting. His explanation, however, found to to be incongruous and far from being within the limits of decorum of women who were present in a large number in the meeting at Loha Mandi in the Taj city.

The putrid comments of Raj Babbar shocked not only the crowd but also the leaders sharing the dais with him. Soon after the meeting, the unapologetic Babbar evaded the media queries about his statement and left the scene in a jiffy.

The senior Congress leader while appealing people to vote for Congress, said that people must make sure to use their finger right while casting the ballot as fingers, if not used properly during 'melas' and 'tamashas', may lead you into intense trouble.

He, in fact, was referring here to eve teasing during fairs or heavily crowded events but his statement was laden with some unbecoming expressions to the chagrin of all those present there. Though he tried to do the damage repair by giving few other examples but not before he was booed by the women folks.

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Babbar in his address, make some hard-hitting comments on the Prime Minister Narendra Modi, without naming him, and said that he never takes his name as he never deserved it.

Agra will go to polls in the first of seven phases assembly elections on February 11.

Sanjay Bhatnagar

Sanjay Bhatnagar

Writer is a bi-lingual journalist with experience of about three decades in print media before switching over to digital media. He is a political commentator and covered many political events in India and abroad.

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