Naqvi said the BJP has been urging the poll panel to take remedial measures for free and fair elections in West Bengal, as the TMC-led government could try to disturb the atmosphere during the polls.
On a question on Congress's claim that a laser was pointed at Rahul Gandhi while he was interacting with journalists after filing nomination for the Amethi Lok Sabha seat on Wednesday, he said the Congress chief has habit of speaking lies.
"Rahul Gandhi has a habit of speaking lies. In reality a hill of truth is always stronger than a ship of lies," Naqvi said.
Three Congress leaders have written a letter to Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh claiming that there is a "grave" security threat to Gandhi and urged him to take immediate action to ensure full protection of its leader.
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