Election Commission initiates an examination of complaints against the speech delivered by PM Modi

Shivani Arora

Amid the chaos between the opposition parties regarding the speech delivered by PM Modi on Muslims. By addressing the people in Rajasthan, PM Modi suggested that if the Congress were to assume power, it would purportedly redistribute wealth to Muslims.

The Congress party and the Communist Party of India – Marxist (CPI-M) lodged separate appeals with the election watchdog, urging action against PM Modi’s remarks made during a rally in Rajasthan. Microsoft has banned its Employees from using AI chatbot

During his speech on Sunday, PM Modi inferred that a Congress-led government would prioritize the allocation of resources to the Muslim community, citing former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh’s statement regarding the minority community’s entitlement to the nation’s assets.

Mr. Modi, on April 21, suggested that if the Congress came to power, it would redistribute the wealth of people to Muslims and cited former PM Manmohan Singh’s remark that the minority community had the first claim on the country’s resources. M&M Finance share price falls over 7% as company delays earnings meet on account of Rs 150 cr fraud detected

Sources said the ECI has started examining complaints against the speech made by the prime minister.

Congress leader and senior advocate Abhishek Singhvi said it was a “trial of the EC” too and the poll panel risks tarnishing its legacy and abandoning its Constitutional duty by setting a precedent of helpless inaction that will go down in infamy.

The ECI has invoked section 77 of the Representation of the People Act (RPA) and held party presidents responsible, as a first step, to reign in star campaigners.

Allegations under the MCC against PM Modi and Rahul Gandhi have been exchanged with BJP President JP Nadda and Congress president Mallikarjuna Kharge. The ECI has requested a response by 11 am on April 29.

“Political parties will have to take primary responsibility for the conduct of their candidates, especially star campaigners. Campaign speeches by those in high positions carry more serious consequences,” said the EC.

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