News By/Courtesy: Nikhil Verma | 06 May 2019 10:42am IST

Prime Minister Narendra Modi was given a clean chit by the Election Commission on his  election campaign address in Gujarat in which he asserted that his government had mounted pressure on the Pakistan for safe liberation of Indian Air Force Pilot Abhinandan Varthaman. The election commission observed that Narendra Modi has not infringed the Model code or his statement on Indian armed forces in his speech on April 21 in Gujarat’s patan.

This is the sixth public address of the Prime Minister which has been absolved by the Election Commission. Previously, it also found nothing invalid in his statements made in Nanded, Maharashtra where he labeled congress as “sinking Titanic”. In his Nanded address, Modi had purportedly said that the congress is like the submerging titanic ship. All those who are in that ship such as the Nationalist Congress Party are either sinking or jumping off to save themselves.

Modi attacking Congress chief, he said that Rahul Gandhi had a control to zoom in or on a seat using a microscope by the help of which he can take on BJP. Modi was supposedly mentioning the Wayanad seat of Kerala from Rahul Gandhi is contesting, in addition to Amethi seat in Uttar Pradesh.

Mentioning the Varanasi’s address on April 25, where he went to file his Nomination for the General election, the Election Commission said an elucidated report of the Chief Electoral Official, Uttar Pradesh was obtained. After which the commission scrutinized the report in accordance with the model code of conduct after which they held that in this issue no such infringement of the provisions is observed.

Section Editor: Shreyashi Tiwari | 06 May 2019 11:06am IST

Tags : #Prime_Minister #Narendra_Modi #Election_Commission #Model_Code_of_Conduct #Elections

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