Election Commission Dismissed Congress Complaint Against Narendra Modi SpeechChandra Raja Prabu (Author) Published Date : May 01, 2019 10:55 IST
Delhi: Chief Minister Narendra Modi's speech in Maharashtra has never been violated reported by the Election Commission of India. This decision has been announced after Chief Election Commissioner Sunil Arora and two election commissioners have taken seriously took over the report received from state election officials.
"We have come to the conclusion that this issue has been discussed in detail regarding the rules of the Election Code and we have concluded that there is no violation," a senior EC official said. Meanwhile, PM Modi said, "Leaders of Congress party are now scared of contesting from constituencies dominated by the majority (Hindu) population… It is evident from the fact that one has to contest a seat where the minority is the majority." This is the statement complaint filed by the Congress Party against Narendra Modi.
The Congress party complained to the Election Commission of India that Prime Minister Narendra Modi had spoken about Congress leader Rahul Gandhi, in the manner of provoking hatred among people and dividing people. On April 14, Narendra Modi's full speech was submitted to the Election Commission. In the meanwhile, it will be revealed that the Election Commission will take action on some of the complaints filed on Narendra Modi. And also the election commission of India reported this after Congress Party approached the Supreme Court complaining that the election poll panel had gone on support for Prime Minister Narendra Modi and BJP Party Leader Amit Shah. The Supreme Court did not look into the details of the Congress Petition which is filed by Congress Lawmaker Sushmita Dev on Tuesday after the Lok Sabha election poll panel said the election commission of India has arranged a meeting today to make a further decision.
Election Commission Dismissed Congress Complaint Against Narendra Modi Speech