News By/Courtesy: Nikhil Verma | 02 May 2019 22:01pm IST

The apex body of election commission on Tuesday gave a clean chit to Prime Minister Narendra Modi on his Wardha address to public, stating that Narendra Modi did not infringe the model code of conduct. In an affirmation, the election commission said that Modi’s address in the city of Wardha in Maharashtra was not contravention of the poll code.

The clean chit given by central body of election commission to Prime Minister came a day after the Congress registered their complaint in the poll panel alleging that Modi clearly breached the model code of conduct by raising the issues of Balakot air bombings and Pulawama terrorist attack in his election campaign. Congress leaders had also approached the Election commission and requested to take firm action against Narendra Modi. Mentioning the Congress chief’s decision to contest the lok Sabha elections from Kerala’s rural district, Modi alleged that party is taking “protection in the regions where the majority is in an outnumbered group”.

The Prime Minister has in all the time pursued for votes by citing the courage of the Indian army. Narendra Modi has also made references to the Pulwama terror attack, the congress party stated in a memo to the election commission. It further added: such recurrent by the Prime Minister Modi makes it clear that he is not just making a joke of this respected body but also the Indian armed forces and the defense human resource for his pettifogging political achievements.  Previously, Silchar’s congress MP Sushmita dev had approached the Supreme Court against the senior leaders of the BJP alleging inadequate actions by the election commission which called as a sign of “unenviable biasness”. 

Section Editor: Shreyashi Tiwari | 02 May 2019 22:05pm IST


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