#NewDelhi: Trinamool Congress demands ban on election campaign of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Union Home Minister Amit Shah. A Trinamool Congress delegation approached the Election Commission in New Delhi on Wednesday over the demand. Later, Trinamool Congress MP Kalyan Banerjee gave details to the journalists on behalf of the delegation.
Kalyan Banerjee said that the Prime Minister and the Home Minister were violating the Model Code of Conduct when they came to campaign in Bengal. He claimed that Narendra Modi had complained at a public meeting in Kalyani that the Trinamool Congress government had done nothing for the Matuas. By making this comment, the Prime Minister has broken the code of conduct of the election Because, in this way, it is not possible to comment on any nation in the election campaign At the same time, a Trinamool Congress MP from Serampore claimed that Modi had called Mamata Banerjee a thug. Mamata Banerjee’s followers are called thugs He also alleged that the election rules were violated
The Trinamool Congress has also demanded a ban on Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s campaign for a number of reasons. Kalyan Banerjee has raised the question of how Narendra Modi can speak of such a low standard as the Prime Minister? In his words, “Listening to Modi, it seems that someone is saying this while sitting on the rock in Ahmedabad.”
On the other hand, the same thing has been said about Amit Shah on behalf of the Trinamool Kalyan Bandyopadhyay’s allegation is that Amit Shah has made comments to discriminate between Rajbangshi and other nations. This is also a violation of the rules That is why the Trinamool has demanded a ban on Amit Shah’s election campaign
Published by:Sanjukta Sarkar