Act against Modi for ‘chowkidar’ campaign, Congress told EC

Act against Modi chowkidar campaign Congress told EC

Act against Modi chowkidar campaign Congress told EC: The Maharashtra Congress on Monday asked the Election Commission of India to act against Prime Minister Narendra Modi for the Bharatiya Janata Party’s most recent crusade, ‘Principle Bhi Chowkidar’, an office-carrier said.

Act against Modi chowkidar campaign Congress told EC –

In a letter to the ECI, the state party secretary Taufiq Mullani has said that in the video of the new battle – which is viral via web-based networking media – Modi has been appeared on an Army tank, and blended with clasps of the Indian troopers battling.

“This is a conspicuous infringement of the ECI’s structure of March 9, 2019, repeating its prior mandate of December 2013, disallowing show of pictures of safeguard staff or guard related occasions for race battle and political publicity,” Mullani said.

The gathering called attention to that on one hand, Congress President Rahul Gandhi stood determinedly behind the administration in the wake of the Pulwama assaults, on the other, the BJP is “assuming acknowledgment for the penances of the warriors and abusing it politically amid races” through the aMain Bhi Chowikdar’ crusade.

Endeavoring to turn the tables on the Opposition parties, Modi on Sunday propelled the ‘Fundamental Bhi Chowkidar’ battle and changed his Twitter handle name to ‘Chowkidar Narendra Modi’.

Before long, a few gathering fat cats and pastors additionally stuck to this same pattern and prefixed their Twitter handle names with the word ‘Chowkidar’ (watchman).