Election Commission gives 8th clean chit PM Narendra Modi, says nothing wrong with road show on polling day
New Delhi : Election Commission of India has reportedly given a clean chit to PM Narendra Modi for the eighth time in the model code violation complaints, including one relating to his ‘roadshow’ in Ahmedabad on April 23 and April 9 speech at Chitradurga, Karnataka.
The poll panel ruled that Prime Minister Narendra Modi did not violate any Model Code of Conduct by holding a roadshow in Ahmedabad after casting vote, PTI quoted sources as saying.
Besides this, the Election Commission also relived PM Modi for his April 9 speech at Chitradurga in Karnataka where he had reportedly asked new voters to dedicate their vote for the heroes of the Balakot Air Strike.
On April 23, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has done a short roadshow near the polling station after casting his vote. Following this, the Congress party had moved the EC alleging that Modi took out a ‘roadshow’ after casting his vote and made political remarks in violation of the MCC.