The Returning Officer in Himachal Pradesh on Tuesday again issued an advisory to BJP’s state chief Satpal Singh Satti over his “derogatory” comments during the Lok Sabha campaigning. Also Read - Code of Conduct: EC Asks Petrol Pumps to Remove Hoardings With PM Modi's Photos Within 72 Hours

In a communication to Satti, Returning Officer Rugved Thakur said: “You are advised to be prudent and cautious about the selection of words in your speeches in future so as to ensure a free, fair and peaceful election.” Also Read - AAP Sweeps Delhi MCD Bypolls, Arvind Kejriwal Says People Now Want Good Work In Municipality Too

Earlier, Satti was barred from campaigning for two days over his comment against Congress president Rahul Gandhi. Also Read - Heading To Lahaul-Spiti Valley Soon? You Might Have to Pay Green Tax

Responding to the Congress chief’s “chowkidar chor hai” jibe at Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Satti on April 13 told a rally that Gandhi and his family were “thieves”.

He has already been booked by Baddi police under Section 294 (obscene acts and songs) of the Indian Penal Code after the Congress complained about these comments made at a rally in Nalagarh’s Ramshehar town in Solan district.

He had also made objectionable remarks about Congress General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra’s dressing style and how she was trying to woo the voters.

Himachal Pradesh’s four Lok Sabha seats will go to the polls in the last phase on May 19.