The Central Election Commission has sent a notice to West Bengal Chief Minister and Trinamool Congress President Mamta Banerjee regarding her speech delivered on April 3. In this notice, Mamta Banerjee has been asked to reply within 48 hours. Let me tell you that while addressing a public meeting on April 3, Mamta Banerjee had appealed not to allow the division of minority voters.
BJP had given a complaint to the Election Commission on April 5
BJP had complained to Mamata Banerjee on April 5 by giving a complaint to the Election Commission, accusing her of appeasement. The Central Election Commission has called Mamata Banerjee's statement objectionable. The Election Commission said that his speech violated the provisions of the Representation of the People Act and the Code of Conduct.
Mamta Banerjee had rejected the charge
Mamata Banerjee, while rejecting the allegations of Muslim appeasement, said in a public meeting on April 5 that some people say that I have appeased Muslims. I would like to tell them that Hindus and Muslims have been living well since I am here. It would not have happened if I had not been there.
PM Modi also surrounded Mamta
PM Modi surrounded Mamata Banerjee in a rally on Tuesday and said, Didi, recently you said that all Muslims should unite, do not let the votes be divided, but if we had said that all Hindus Get united, vote for BJP, we would have got 8-10 notices of the Election Commission. Many editorials would have been written against us in the newspaper.
Three election officers transferred
In a major action, the Central Election Commission transferred the district election officers of Dakshin Dinajpur, East Bardhaman, and West Bardhaman.