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BJP Demand Action From Election Commision Against Rahul Gandhi for His “Match-fixing” Remarks

Did you hear about the match-fixing comments Rahul Gandhi has made during an INDIA bloc rally in Delhi March 31. He has made very objectionable comments during the public meeting that are not accepted. So, for this step Rahul Gandhi BJP has filed a complaint with the Election Commission of India (ECI) against congress leader Rahul Gandhi. Moreover, BJP has also addressed about this step with the media after the Election Commission officials. Hardeep Singh Puri, Union Minister has claimed that the former Chief’s comments during the public meeting is not acceptable or it is an objectionable violence. Though, it is objectionable in code of conduct, but could have serious implications.

On March 31, INDIA (Indian National Democratic Inclusive Alliance), an opposition party, held a rally at Ramlila Maidan and called for unity to defeat the BJP in the upcoming elections. The BJP has criticized the Opposition alliance, saying their first public appearance in the capital would give them an impact.

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Earlier today, BJP’s Dilip Ghosh and Congress’ Supriya Shrain were censured by the Election Commission for making disparaging remarks about women’s dignity. The EC said it believed their comments amounted to a modest personal attack, in breach of the Model Code of Conduct. The commission also warned both leaders to pay heed to their public statements during the Model Code.

In another development, the Revenue Department has told the Supreme Court that it will not press the Indian National Congress on tax demands of around ₹3,500 crore collected in March, considering the ongoing general elections in the state of the 19th century.

The Kacchatheevu case is also grabbing headlines today. PM Narendra Modi has lashed out at the DMK and accused the ruling party in Tamil Nadu of failing to protect the interests of the state in this regard. “Congress and DMK have put their families first. They only care about the upliftment of their sons and daughters, no one else. Their indifference towards katchathivu has hurt the interests of fishermen and poor fishermen in particular. Street.” information minister S Jayashankar, AIADMK and other politicians.” parties have also discussed the matter,” he said.

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