‘Chunnu-Munnu’ remarks of BJP’s Vijayvargiya violated ballot code provisions: EC : The Tribune India


New Delhi, October 30 

The Election Fee on Friday mentioned the “chunnu-munnu” remarks made by Kailash Vijayvargiya towards Congress’ Digvijaya Singh and Kamal Nath had been in violation of the ballot code provisions and suggested the senior BJP chief to not use “any such phrase” in his public utterances in the course of the mannequin code interval.

The fee had issued a discover to the BJP chief on October 26 in search of his reply.

In response to the discover, the assertion made in Sanwer, Indore, throughout an election rally on October 14 towards the 2 was discovered to be in violation of the provisions of the mannequin code.

The BJP chief had additionally dubbed them as “gaddar” or traitors.

Bypolls to 28 Madhya Pradesh Meeting seats shall be held on November three for which campaigning is on  In his response, Vijayvargiya mentioned the remarks quoted within the discover are in a whole misunderstanding of its context. 

The grievance is in an election pushed narrative of the Congress get together to vary the course of the election, he mentioned.

The BJP chief additionally mentioned that “abiding by the instructions of the Election Fee and the provisions of the Mannequin Code of Conduct is paramount for him in addition to each get together employee of the BJP, and he has the very best regard of the identical.” The order mentioned the fee has rigorously thought of the matter “and is of the thought of view that Kailash Vijayvargiya has violated Para (2) of Half I of the Basic Conduct Mannequin Code of Conduct for the Steerage of Political Events and Candidates”.

The fee suggested Vijayvargiya that “whereas making public utterances he mustn’t use any such phrase or assertion in the course of the interval of Mannequin Code of Conduct.” PTI 





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