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Election Commission asks Chandrashekar Rao for answer on passing derogatory comments on Hindus at Karimnagar

The state president of Vishwa Hindu Parishad, M Rama Raju has filed a complaint against Telangana Chief Minister Chandrashekar Rao for passing not so good remarks about Hindus in his rally in Karimnagar on March 17th, 2019.

In his public meeting in Karimnagar, Telengana Chief Minister and TRS president, Chandrashekar Rao  passed derogatory statements about Hindus as a result of which the state president of Vishwa Hindu Parishad, M Rama Raju, filed a complaint against him asking the Election Commission to intervene into the matter. After enquiry into the matter, EC has asked Rao for an explanation on the same by 5.00 p.m. tomorrow failing which actions would be taken against him.

In its notice, the Election Commission stated,” The commission gives you an opportunity to submit explanation, if any in this regard on or before 5 pm on April 12, failing which the Election Commission shall take a decision without any further reference to you.”

In her complaint Rama Raju said that Chandrashekar Rao had violated the Model Code of Conduct. In another statement on the same EC said, “The complainant mentioned that TRS president and star campaigner K Chandrashekar Rao have tried to secure votes by passing derogatory remarks ‘EE Hindu Gallu, Bondhu Gallu, Dikkumalina… daridrapu gallu and desham lo aggi pettale and Gattar Levale”.

His speech will translate to..”these hindus are disgusting. They are only interested in breaking fire into the nation,” as reported by TNM. According to the Model Code of Conduct involving in hate speech about other communities and insulting their religiosity does not fall in accord with it.

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