Lok Sabha Election: Congress alleges, we made several complaints to EC, no action was taken against Modi-Shah

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The Congress said that out of the 117 complaints, 14 were against Prime Minister Narendra Modi, 8 against Uttar Pradesh CM Yogi Adityanath and 3 against Union Home Minister Amit Shah.

The Congress on Friday said that the grand old party made 117 complaints to the Election Commission in 77 days about various violations, including the code of conduct, but no action was taken on many such complaints. This comes a day before polling in the final phase of the ongoing Lok Sabha elections. The Congress said that out of the 117 complaints, 14 were against Prime Minister Narendra Modi, 8 against Uttar Pradesh CM Yogi Adityanath and 3 against Union Home Minister Amit Shah.

Speaking at a press conference, Congress leader Jairam Ramesh said, “We made 117 complaints to the Election Commission in 77 days. These complaints were about various violations including the code of conduct. Out of these, 14 complaints were made against Narendra Modi and 8 against CM Yogi, 3 complaints against Home Minister Amit Shah but there are many such complaints on which no action was taken.” Congress criticized the Bharatiya Janata Party over the slogan ‘400 Paar’ and said that after giving this slogan, their intentions became clear that they want to change the Constitution. Ramesh said that 72 days, 272 questions, 0 answers. We had asked 272 questions to Narendra Modi in the last 72 days, but we did not get a single answer.

Congress leader Pawan Khera said that for the oldest party, saving the Constitution is more important than elections. He said that when BJP gave the slogan of ‘400 Paar’, their intentions became clear to the country. Many BJP leaders said that they will change the Constitution, but Congress leaders ran a campaign to save the Constitution. For us, saving the Constitution and democracy is more important than elections.’ Voting for the last phase of the seven-phase Lok Sabha elections is to be held on June 1. Counting of votes will take place on June 4.

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