BJP's Kapil Mishra banned by Election Commission, won’t be able to marketing campaign for 48 hours

by Jeremy Spirogis
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Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) candidate Kapil Mishra from Model Town Assembly constituency of Delhi won’t be able to marketing campaign for 48 hours. This restriction has been imposed on him by the Election Commission. The order signed by the Election Commissioner will come into power from 5 pm on Saturday. An FIR was registered in opposition to him underneath Section 125 of the Representation of the People Act. A written criticism was lodged in opposition to him within the Model Town police station late on Friday, on the idea of which a case was registered in opposition to him underneath different sections together with violation of the code of conduct. Earlier, Twitter had eliminated the controversial tweet of Kapil Mishra on Friday following the directive of the Election Commission.

' Shaheen Bagh was informed the present

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                 He wrote on Twitter, "This is the thrill in each home in Delhi. It is the dialogue on each nook and nook, that each the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) and Congress have gone mad for the Muslim vote financial institution. That is why Shaheen Bagh As the spectacle was raised, it isn’t simply my voice however the voice of the entire of Delhi.

Election Commission filed FIR

A present trigger discover was issued by the returning officer on Kapil Mishra's assertion of 'mini Pakistan'. At the identical time, the Election Commission had filed a case with the Delhi Police. In the tweet, he in contrast Shaheen Bagh to Pakistan. On Friday, the Election Commission issued a discover on this case asking to current its aspect. But the Election Commission was not happy with the aspect put by Kapil Mishra.

Kapil Mishra did a controversial tweet

Former minister Kapil Mishra tweeted on 23 January. He had mentioned that the election to be held on February Eight could be India vs Pakistan. The Election Commission thought-about the tweet objectionable and directed them to take away it instantly. In reality, in two tweets, he wrote that on February 8, there shall be India vs Pakistan in Delhi. After this, he wrote that an entry has been made in Pakistan's Shaheen Bagh. Small Pakistan is being inbuilt Delhi. On this, Sisodia mentioned throughout an occasion that as an Indian I say with satisfaction that India will win on the 11th.

'Both events are dropping elections'

Kapil Mishra, who joined the BJP from AAP, wrote on Saturday by way of his Twitter account, "You and the Congress are losing elections on the ground, so they want to contest it on the police station, court and on paper. Have not violated the law and told the truth. "

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