Lok Sabha Polls 2019: EC gives ‘another’ clean chit to PM Modi; this time for seeking votes on Pulwama, Balakot

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The Poll Body on Wednesday gave another clean chit to Prime Minister Narendra Modi for his alleged violation of the model code of conduct. The Poll Office in the statement said that PM Modi’s Speech in a rally in Maharashtra’s Lathur doesn’t violate the poll code.

Addressing a rally in Maharashtra’s Latur last month in April, Prime Minister Narendra Modi urged the first time voters to contribute their first vote to the Pulwama martyrs and Balakot air strike.

The PM Modi speech in Latur brought a storm of complaints from the opposition of the EC’s negligence towards the ruling party and the Prime Minister. Following the complaints from the opposition, EC had sought a report from Maharashtra electoral officer.

READ: SC issues notice to Poll Office for ‘Inaction’ against PM Modi, Amit Shah for Poll Code Violations

However, the Poll panel on Tuesday gives clean chit. saying that it has examined the speech in detail as per the report it received from the Chief Electoral Office of Maharashtra.

Earlier, on Tuesday, The Poll Body gave a clean chit to Prime Minister Narendra Modi for his alleged violation of the model code of conduct in connection with his rally in Maharashtra’s Wardha.

While earlier on Tuesday, The Top Court issued a notice to Election Commission of India on the plea filed by Congress MP Sushmita Dev seeking Court Direction to EC to initiate action against PM Narendra Modi and Bharatiya Janata Party Chief Amit Shah for allegedly violating the Poll Code.

Congress in a run-up to the national elections had moved to the Poll Commission with multiple complaints against Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

General Elections 2019 is being across seven phases starting April 11 to May 19. Phase-V is slated for May 6. Counting of the votes will be held on May 23.

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