The Bharatiya Janata Party lodged a complaint with the Election Commission against Congress leader Raj Babbar on Saturday for allegedly using "derogatory words" against Prime Minister Narendra Modi and party chief Amit Shah.
Addressing a rally in Udaipur on November 30, Mr Babbar had reportedly said two people from Gujarat were running a gang in Delhi to "kill" the poor people.
The BJP has lodged a complaint with the election commission demanding strict action in the matter, the party said in a statement.
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