Restrain Rahul Gandhi from campaigning in Tamil Nadu: BJP plea to ECI

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BJP State In-Charge, Election Liaison Committee, V Balachandran, accused that Gandhi’s campaign at the St.Joseph’s Matric Secondary School in Mulagumoodu at Kentarsumari District on March 1 is similar to the election campaign at school.
Congress leader Rahul Gandhi waves to students at St. Joseph's Matric Hr. Sec. School at Mulagumoodu in Kanyakumari.(ANI)
Congress leader Rahul Gandhi waves to students at St. Joseph’s Matric Hr. Sec. School at Mulagumoodu in Kanyakumari.(ANI)

The Tamil Nadu unit from the Bharatiya Janata party on Thursday urged the election commission to hold the leader of Congress Rahul Gandhi from campaigning in Tamil Nadu for the April 6 assembly election, for allegedly violating the model behavior model. It also wants EC to direct the police to register pine against it because “incites a young age with the struggle of other freedom.”

BJP State In-Charge, Election Liaison Committee,

V Balachandran, accused that Gandhi’s campaign at the St.Joseph’s Matric Secondary School in Mulagumoodu at Kentarsumari District on March 1 is similar to the election campaign at school.

In a memorandum submitted to the Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) Satyabrata Sahoo on Thursday he said the political campaign of Gandhi in educational institutions violated the provisions of the model of a strict behavior model including “training orders for poll campaigns in Tamil Nadu.” Next, the leader of the Congress Violation under Section 109 (punishment for reduction) and 124 A (incitement) IPC for his statement that India now needs another freedom struggle, he said.

Quoting Rahul Gandhi during interacting with students, Memorandum said, “Congress leaders Comparison of current situations with pre-independence during the British government and inciting young people for other freedom struggles have been made with the intention to cause hatred, insults and dissatisfaction that except the government determined by law. ”

While answering questions, Gandhi has answered, “There are many anger scattered in this country, a lot of fear, and that’s what we have to fight. We have to fight the division, anger, fear and once again make India happy, comfortable, fearless and united , “he said.

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