Election Commission send notice to Mamata Banerjee for Appealing to Muslims in Bengal


Mamata Banerjee will have to reply to the Election Commission notice in 48 hours

new Delhi:

WB In this statement, Mamta Banerjee appealed to Muslim voters not to allow their vote to be divided among various political parties. According to the complaint, he had sought votes for TMC on communal grounds. The Election Commission has asked Mamta Banerjee to reply within 48 hours.

At an election rally on Sunday, Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee warned Muslim voters about the BJP. Mamta had appealed to vote in unison in favor of TMC instead of Asaduddin Owaisi’s party AIMIM and Abbas Siddiqui’s Indian Secular Front. At the same time, during his rally in Cooch Behar, Bengal, Prime Minister Narendra Modi accused Mamata Banerjee of seeking votes in the name of Hindu-Muslim.

PM Modi had said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi (PM Narendra Modi) had made a vicious attack on Mamata Banerjee and claimed that her appeal for the Muslim vote to unite in order to ensure that votes are not scattered. The Trinamool Congress has lost the battle for the assembly elections. The Prime Minister claimed that if he had appealed to all Hindus to unite and vote for the BJP, he would have got eight-ten notices of the Election Commission and would have editorials published against him in newspapers across the country. PM Modi said that by making such an appeal, Mamta Banerjee has scored a ‘self goal’ and at the same time has accepted that she has lost the election.


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