Lok Sabha Elections 2019: BJP delegation meet Election Commission over Bengal violence

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New Delhi : Today, a Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) delegation led by Union Minister Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi along with Vijay Goel and Anil Baluni met Election Commission over the issue of poll-related violence during polling in West Bengal.

Today’s morning, a scuffle was reported between villagers and police officials near polling station in Asansol, West Bengal. Babul Supriyo’s Car Vandalised Outside Polling Booth in West Bengal’s Asansol by Alleged Workers.

Naqvi while addressing media said, “We today came for some major issues. The very first one is regarding Congress President Rahul Gandhi who is continuously giving false statements from past many months which are all clearly against PM Modi and BJP National President Amit Shah.

“Congress president Rahul Gandhi has been making baseless charges against Prime Minister Narendra Modi. He had wrongly given reference to Supreme Court order and called Prime Minister a ‘chor (thief). Recently, he targeted BJP chief Amit Shah has also called him a murder accused,” Naqvi told reporters.

Such statements are clearly “violation of Model Code of Conduct”, he said adding, “in fact such remarks are in clear violation of election laws and would come under the provisions of corrupt practices”.

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