Delhi Polls: EC Sends Notice to Kejriwal for Posting Twitter Video
Catch all the updates on the Delhi Assembly elections 2020 here.
Ahead of Delhi Assembly elections, Election Commission has issued a notice to Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Friday, 7 February, over a video he uploaded on his Twitter account. Commission said that it was a violation of the Model Code of Conduct (MCC), reported ANI.
Meanwhile, Kejriwal offered prayers at Hanuman Temple in Connaught Place and BJP Delhi Chief Manoj Tiwari offered prayers at Hanuman Temple in Kalkaji.
On Thursday, Election Commission issued a notice to Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Thursday, for his “Kejriwal is offering Biryani to Shaheen Bagh protesters” remark.
The campaigning for the Delhi elections ended at 6 pm on Thursday, 6 February, ahead of the voting on Saturday.
- EC on Wednesday barred BJP MP Parvesh Verma from campaigning for 24 hours over his statement against Arvind Kejriwal on a news channel
- The poll body also warned Arvind Kejriwal over violation of the Model Code of Conduct for reportedly promising to construct mohalla clinics in court complexes
- Kejriwal on Wednesday dared the BJP to show proof to the people of Delhi that he is a “terrorist”
- Addressing a rally in Dwarka on Tuesday, PM Modi said the Opposition has been “spreading lies and rumours about CAA, but the people of Delhi understand this”
'This Time Our Lotus Will Bloom There': Shah to Kejriwal
Home Minster Amit Shah, in a rally on Thursday, took a swipe at Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, saying that the ground has slipped from beneath his feet, reported ANI.
“Kejriwal ji leave rest of Delhi, go to your New Delhi seat. This time the ground has slipped from beneath your feet. I will tell media colleagues on counting day, focus on that seat and see the result. This time our lotus will bloom there,” he said.
Election Observers Review Situation in Shaheen Bagh
Election Observers along with Delhi Police reach Shaheen Bagh to review the situation.
AAP to Hold Silent Protest in 70 Seats
Aam Aadmi Party to hold silent protest in all 70 Assembly constituencies over BJP MP Parvesh Verma's calling Delhi CM and AAP Chief Arvind Kejriwal a "terrorist".
BJP Manifesto: BJP to Complete Delhi-Bombay Highway in Next Three Years
While releasing the manifesto BJP Minister Nitin Gadkari stated that the party will complete Delhi Bombay highway in next three years and will also cut short the road distance between the two metro city to just 12 hrs.
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