Anurag Thakur slams Delhi election marketing campaign, & # 039; Shoot the traitors of the nation … & # 039;

by Jeremy Spirogis
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Union Minister of State for Finance Anurag Thakur has come on the right track of opponents by elevating the slogan 'Shoot the traitors of the nation …'.

new Delhi: Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) chief and Union Minister of State for Finance Anurag Thakur 'Shoot the traitors of the nation …', slogans have come on the goal of the opponents. During campaigning in help of BJP candidate Manish Chaudhary in Rithala, Delhi on Monday, Anurag shouted controversial slogans.

BJP leaders are seen saying to the general public from the Anurag Manch, 'The traitors of the nation …' <! –

                 And the individuals current within the public rally carry the slogan and say, "Shoot …" During this time, all of the leaders together with BJP MP Hansraj Hans are seen sitting on the election platform.

In the video, Anurag Thakur can also be seen saying, "There should be a voice backwards … Giriraj ji should also be heard." "Please inform that Giriraj Singh is the Union Minister of State within the Modi Government of the nation.

Prashant Bhushan wrote on Twitter, "He needs to be in jail on fees of inciting individuals, as a substitute he’s a part of the cupboard. BJP will get solely such individuals for candidates and cupboard. ''

Kapil Mishra has disputed tweets
Earlier, BJP's Model Town Assembly candidate Kapil Mishra referred to as Shaheen Bagh's CAA protest web site as 'Mini Pakistan'. Apart from this, Mishra had mentioned in a tweet that within the Assembly elections to be held on February 8, 'Hindustan and Pakistan' shall be fought on the streets of Delhi.

The Election Commission thought of Mishra's actions as a violation of the Model Code of Conduct and the provisions of the legislation and requested him to provide his clarification.

Let us know that the election for the 70-member meeting of Delhi is on February Eight and the counting of votes shall be on February 11.

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