Congress has questioned EC after accusing Narendra Modi of having the roadshow in Ranip, Gujarat after casting vote in the Gujarat assembly elections. The party complained to the Election Commission on Thursday to break their Model Code of Conduct.T
Congress spokesperson Randeep Surjewala questioned the ways and means of working of the Election Commission. He said- Election Commission does not take any action to break the code of conduct against Narendra Modi and BJP leaders. But after an interview, a notice is issued to Rahul Gandhi.
CONGRESS QUESTIONS THE EC – WHAT THEY SAID
- Congress questioned the EC stating that the EC is working like as it is a piece of puppetry. On the other hand, Congress workers performed outside EC Headquarters in Delhi. Let us know that on Wednesday, BJP had complained to Rahul’s TV interview, after which EC has sent him a notice and sought the response.
- Surjewala said, “In the morning when we asked about EC’s complaint, they said that after 5 o’clock they will answer. Chief Election Commissioner who was the personal secretary of Modi Modi, is still working like PS to Modi. This is a shame for the election. ”
- “Narendra Modi is taking the support of the Election Commission for his sinking boat. On December 9, Modi appealed to the BJP to vote. Amit Shah conducts press conference one day before voting. Modi ji uses FICCI program as a political meeting. “
- Congress leader Ashok Gehlot said that after casting Modi’s road show, it is clearly the violation of election code of conduct. It seems that the Election Commission is working under the pressure of the PM and the PMO.
WHAT EC SAID AND BJP’S COUNTER ON CONGRESS’S EC QUESTIONING
- Gujarat’s Chief Electoral Officer said, “We have received a complaint of breaking the code of conduct after voting. It says that there was a crowd outside the polling booth and it could be a roadshow. The Election Commission team was present there. The complaint has been sent to the concerned authorities for investigation. “
- On the allegations of Congress, BJP leader Bhupendra Yadav said, “During the last Rajya Sabha elections when the Election Commission had given the verdict, we had accepted it. The Congress then told EC to be fair. Now for whom the grapes are sour? they are putting various kinds of allegations on the Election Commission. “