Delhi Vidhan sabha Election Result 2020:
new Delhi: BJP MP from West Delhi, Pravesh Sahib Singh Verma, who got here to the church buildings along with his controversial statements in the course of the Delhi Assembly election marketing campaign, mentioned whereas accepting the election outcomes, I settle for the outcomes. We will work arduous within the subsequent election and provides a greater result. If this election was fought on training and improvement, then the Education Minister (Manish Sisodia) wouldn’t have adopted. However, Sisodia has moved forward within the newest tendencies.
Explain that the Election Commission had banned BJP MP Pravesh Sahib Singh Verma from campaigning for the controversial assertion. <! –
The Election Commission had banned BJP MP Pravesh Sahib Singh Verma for calling Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal a terrorist in the course of the Delhi Assembly election marketing campaign.
The Commission had banned Verma from campaigning for 96 hours final week within the case of creating controversial statements. The Commission had taken motion to ban Verma from campaigning for a day after receiving his reply on the present trigger discover issued on 30 January. BJP MP Verma, in his reply despatched on 31 January, mentioned that the allegations that he referred to as Kejriwal a terrorist in an interview are false. He mentioned that in an interview given to a TV channel, his assertion was not offered correctly. The Commission, after re-examining the video of this interview, condemned Verma's assertion as false.
Parvesh Verma, BJP MP on #DelhiResults: I settle for the result. We will work arduous and provides a greater efficiency within the subsequent elections. If this election would have been on training and improvement, then Education Minister (Manish Sisodia) wouldn’t have been trailing. pic.twitter.com/OL6a9G6dVs
– ANI (@ANI) February 11, 2020
The Commission mentioned that Verma was banned from campaigning for 96 hours on January 30 for violating the Code of Conduct by a disputed assertion in a public assembly, after which Verma repeated the violation of the code of conduct. Condemning this, Verma stopped Varma from campaigning via a public assembly, highway present and interview and so on. from 6 pm to 24 hours on February 5.