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AP CM lashes out at EC, accuses it of ignoring TMC’s lawsuits

After the Election fee (EC) placed a blanket ban on campaigning in West Bengal, Andhra Pradesh chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu on Wednesday accused the polling body of acting on BJP’s complaint at the same time as ignoring TMC’s grievances. Naidu in a sequence of tweets alleged that the EC turned a deaf ear towards the woes of West Bengal chief Minister Mamata Banerjee-led celebration.
“it’s far demanding to see activate action by way of the ECI at the criticism with the aid of BJP and Amit Shah in West Bengal, at the same time as simply ignoring the complaints of TMC,” Naidu tweeted.

In advance, the Election fee determined to reduce short the marketing campaign period inside the state after the violence broke out throughout BJP president Amit Shah’s roadshow on Wednesday. “No election campaigning to be held in 9 parliamentary constituencies of West Bengal, namely Dum Dum, Barasat, Basirhat, Jaynagar, Mathurapur, Jadavpur, Diamond Harbour, South and North Kolkata, from 10 pm the following day till the conclusion of polls,” Deputy Election Commissioner Chandra Bhushan Kumar advised media.

Campaigning became originally scheduled to cease at 5 pm on Friday for the 9 constituencies on the way to go to polls on can also 19.

continuing his tirade towards the Election commission, the chief Minister said, “Giving easy chits to Narendra Modi, taking unjustified spark off motion after false complaints by BJP, willful state of no activity on real court cases by competition parties; surely raises doubts approximately the neutrality, impartiality, and equity of the Election fee of India.”
“it’s excessive time the ECI acts on the complaints made via competition events to repair its credibility and satisfy its constitutional mandate of accomplishing unfastened and honest elections. The institutional integrity of the ECI and integrity of the democratic method of elections is at stake,” he tweeted.
In some other tweet, Naidu brought, “it’s far even greater disturbing to peer conspicuous inaction of the ECI regarding the criticism of twenty-two political events of the opposition, to validate EVM counting with the counting of at the least 50% VVPAT slips in every assembly constituency.”

The Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister has been important of the Election commission seeing that the start of Lok Sabha polls. time and again the chief has accused the election watchdog of bias.

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