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Congress in trouble before Voting in Karnataka, Election Commission sent notice to Kharge, know the reason

Voting for the assembly elections in Karnataka will take place on 10 May and before that the difficulties of Congress have increased। The Election Commission has sent notice to Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge and sought reply.

Karnataka Election 2023: Voting for the Karnataka assembly election will take place on May 10, but before that Congress is caught in troubles। Following the BJP complaint, the Election Commission has sent a notice to Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge on Monday। A letter has been issued to clarify Karnataka’s “sovereignty” remarks made by senior leader Sonia Gandhi through this notice.

The BJP has knocked on the Election Commission on Monday and demanded action against Sonia Gandhi and revoked her party’s recognition। The party also demanded to file an FIR against him। Explain that the Election Commission has issued a notice to Kharge to clarify and improve social media posts referring to the word ‘sovereignty’ in the context of the state of Karnataka। The Election Commission has said that it is a violation of the oath made by political parties.

A BJP delegation led by Union Minister Bhupendra Yadav submitted a memorandum to the Election Commission in Delhi regarding this issue, In which the official Twitter handle of the Indian National Congress took note of the tweet made at 9:46 pm on May 6, 2023.”

The Congress tweet wrote ‘Congress Parliamentary Party ( CPP ) Chairman Mrs Sonia Gandhi ji sent a big message to 6.5 crore Kannadigas: Congress’ reputation to anyone, Will not allow to pose a threat to sovereignty or integrity.’

The BJP complained, the above tweet is a violation of the mandatory oath taken by political parties under Section 29A ( 5) of the Representation of the People Act, 1951। Speaking to reporters, party leader Tarun Chug, who was part of the delegation in addition to BJP MP Anil Baluni and leader Om Pathak, Cited the Representation of the People Act and said that the Congress party should revoke the recognition.

The Election Commission has given time to send the facts of the claims made in the advertisement to the BJP till 8 pm on 9 May 2023. On 7 May 2023, ECI issued an advisory.

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