Election Commission's motion on disputed statements, three days ban on entry on Anurag

by Jeremy Spirogis
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The Election Commission has banned Union Minister of State for Finance Anurag Thakur for 72 hours and BJP MP Pravesh Verma for 96 hours campaigning for making controversial speeches. Earlier, the Election Commission had ordered each to be faraway from the checklist of star campaigners.

In reality, Anurag Thakur and Pravesh Verma made controversial statements through the Delhi election marketing campaign not too long ago. On which the Election Commission has taken this motion. After this motion of the fee, Anurag Thakur won’t be able to marketing campaign for 3 days and Pravesh Verma for 4 days.

This slogan was launched

Addressing an election assembly with Union Minister Giriraj Singh at Rithala seat in Delhi, Anurag Thakur shouted slogans of 'capturing the traitors of the nation'. <! –

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                 BJP chief Anurag Thakur had stated within the assembly, 'Desh ka gaddaro ko', in response to this, the BJP employees current in entrance shouted the slogan 'Shoot …'. After this he once more says, slogan so loud that Giriraj ji needs to be heard. The slogan is repeated once more by Anurag Thakur and the sound of 'shot' is echoed by the gang.

Comment on the efficiency of Shaheen Bagh

At the identical time, BJP MP from West Delhi, Pravesh Verma had commented in opposition to the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) within the Shaheen Bagh space of ​​Delhi for greater than a month. He had stated, 'Millions of individuals collect in Shaheen Bagh. The folks of Delhi need to assume, and determine. They will enter your properties, rape your sisters and daughters, kill them. Today is the time, tomorrow Modi ji and Amit Shah won’t be able to avoid wasting you. "

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