The BJP has focused Congress chief Digvijay Singh and complained to the Chief Election Commissioner.
Bhopal: BJP Congress chief Digvijay Singh But he has been focused and complained to the Chief Election Commissioner. The BJP mentioned that the way in which former Chief Minister and Congress Rajya Sabha candidate Digvijay Singh went to Bangalore together with the ministers of the state authorities and tried to forcefully meet the MLAs who have been staying there, is a violation of the mannequin code of conduct. <! –
BJP has complained about this conduct of Digvijay Singh and ministers to the Election Commission and demanded motion in opposition to them.
BJP has mentioned in a grievance to the Chief Election Commissioner of the nation, the Chief Electoral Officer of the state and the returning officer of Rajya Sabha elections that within the Rajya Sabha election, Congress candidate Digvijay Singh has gone to Bangalore together with 9 ministers of state authorities and others. Their intention is to pressurize 16 members of the state meeting residing in Bangalore to vote for them within the Rajya Sabha elections to be held on March 26.
The grievance states that Digvijay Singh tried to drive these 16 MLAs to drive him to take action, whereas the MLAs refused to fulfill Digvijay. Not being profitable on this endeavor, Digvijay Singh and his colleagues staged a sit-in in Bengaluru and created issues for regulation and order.
The grievance states that Digvijay Singh is a candidate within the Rajya Sabha elections, so to pressurize the MLAs on this method, making an attempt to affect them is a violation of the mannequin code of conduct.
The BJP mentioned that applicable motion must be taken in opposition to Digvijay Singh and 9 ministers of the state authorities in order that the Rajya Sabha elections will be carried out in a peaceable and democratic method.
The BJP has additionally given the record of ministers of the state authorities current in Bengaluru together with Digvijay Singh to the Election Commission.