The Congress questioned Election Commission today after it let go off Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath with a light rap for his "Modiji ki Sena" remark while adding that the Uttar Pradesh CM had insulted the Indian Army and the poll body writes a "love letter" to him.

Congress lashed out heavily on the Election Commission's message to NITI Aayog vice-chairman Rajiv Kumar, saying he criticized the party's proposed minimum income scheme NYAY and the poll body just simply warned him to not repeat such behavior and statement in the future.

Congress' chief spokesperson Randeep Surjewala took to Twitter to express the Party’s anguish:

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On Friday, the Election Commission had expressed "displeasure" over NITI Aayog vice chairman, Rajiv Kumar’s remarks against the Congress'' proposed minimum income scheme ''NYAY'' and while saying that it violated the Model Code of Conduct telling him to not make such statements in the future. Kumar had however replied that he commented on the scheme as an economist and not as a policy body