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May 12, 2019
4:53PM

CPI-M complains to EC against PM Modi

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The CPI-M today complained to the Election Commission against Senior BJP leader and Prime Minister Narendra Modi for his interview to a private TV channel on Balakot airstrikes.

In a letter to the Commission today, Party's General Secretary Sitaram Yechury alleged that Mr Modi gave out operational details of a sensitive military mission with a purpose to influence the voters during the silent period of the election campaigns.

Mr Yechury said this needs to be recorded and acted upon by the Election Commission. He also said the armed forces which belong to all of India cannot be subject for hyperbolic and false claims by any party for garnering votes.

He said Mr Modi's behaviour and statements are in clear and deliberate violation of the guidelines of the Election Commission.
 

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