Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) MP and Union Minister Anurag Thakur from Hamirpur Lok Sabha seat in Himachal Pradesh has been in bother by elevating controversial slogans throughout a rally in Delhi Assembly elections on Monday. The workplace of the Chief Electoral Officer of Delhi has taken cognizance of his controversial slogan shouting. However, now Anurag Thakur has additionally given his clarification on this matter.
The Chief Electoral Officer of Delhi mentioned that we’ve taken cognizance of the incident and sought a report from the District Election Officer. However, we’ve not obtained any complaints but. Anurag Thakur launched these controversial slogans at a rally in Rithala, Delhi. From right here, Manish Chaudhary is within the fray from BJP. <! –
Anurag Thakur clarified on the controversial slogan
A senior official of the Delhi CEO's workplace mentioned, "We have taken cognizance of the incident and sought a report from the District Election Officer. However, we’ve not but obtained any criticism. ' At the identical time, Anurag Thakur, whereas opposing the slogan slogan, has clarified that first watch all the video and perceive the temper of the individuals of Delhi.
Congress demanded motion from Election Commission
The Chief Electoral Officer of Delhi has requested the Election Officer of North West District to report the controversial slogan of Anurag Thakur on the rally. The Congress objected to the assertion of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) MP and demanded motion from the Election Commission within the matter.
The rally was organized in favor of BJP candidate Manish Chaudhary
Anurag Thakur, whereas addressing the rally organized within the Rithala Assembly, allegedly raised the slogan – 'To the traitors of the nation .. So the individuals concerned within the rally mentioned' Shoot ….. ' Anurag Thakur attended the rally of Union Home Minister Amit Shah in favor of BJP candidate Manish Chaudhary within the Rithala Assembly.
Voting on 8 February, Counting on February 11
Let us know that elections might be held on February Eight for all 70 meeting seats in Delhi and the outcomes might be introduced on February 11. In Delhi, there’s a robust competitors between Aam Aadmi Party, BJP and Congress.
Shaheen Bagh concern raised in rally
Earlier within the election marketing campaign, intensifying the assault on Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Monday challenged the Aam Aadmi Party chief to go to Shaheen Bagh in Delhi so that folks within the meeting elections can resolve whom to vote for. is.
Shah had mentioned at an election assembly in Rithala in northwest Delhi that Kejriwal and Congress chief Rahul Gandhi had been in opposition to the development of the Ram temple and the repeal of Article 370 and that they didn’t care in regards to the nation's picture and troopers. He mentioned that the opposition is afraid that they may spoil their vote financial institution. He requested, are you their vote financial institution? Where is their vote financial institution? The crowd replied, 'Shaheenbagh'.