Did PM Modi Violated Election code? The Trinamool Congress has accused Prime Minister Narendra Modi of violating the election code during his two-day official visit to Bangladesh last week during the Assembly elections in West Bengal. The party has already lodged a complaint with the Central Electoral Commission. Recently, West Bengal CM and TMC chief Mamata Banerjee once again accused and said Prime Minister Modi violated Election code. Speaking to the media in Nandigram, she said, “Is it a violation of the Election Code for Prime Minister Modi to conduct an election campaign in the state during the second phase of polling in West Bengal today (Thursday)? Asked. Mamata questioned why Narendra Modi was touring the state on polling day every time. On the day of polling, the Prime Minister was alleged to have misused television and other facilities while campaigning here. This is a violation of the election code for the third time. Mamata, on Thursday, made these remarks while objecting to the conduct of the election campaign in Jayanagar and Uluberia.
Mamata Banerjee has alleged that BJP goons from Bihar and Uttar Pradesh came to the polls in Bengal. They are flagged as standing by the central forces. It is alleged that the Union Home Minister himself directed the Union forces, the CRPF and BSF, to co-operate with them. However, she acknowledged that their numbers were not enough to defeat Lukashenko’s government. No matter how many complaints they make, the Election Commission does not respond. Sensational allegations were made that the Election Commission was unilaterally collaborating with BJP candidates. She is not going to reveal what she said to the governor. Mamata Banerjee was amazed that she had never seen such an election before.