PM Modi used VVIP aircraft for election rallies, Adhir Ranjan Chaudhary complained to Election Commission

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The Congress has surrounded Prime Minister Narendra Modi for using the VVIP aircraft to go to the election rally in West Bengal. West Bengal Congress chief Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury on Saturday complained to the Election Commission about the use of VVIP aircraft by Prime Minister Narendra Modi for political rallies in Bengal. Adhir Ranjan Chaudhary complained to PM Modi and appealed to the Election Commission to take necessary action in this matter.

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In a letter to Chief Election Commissioner Sunil Arora, Adhir Ranjan Chaudhary said, “On any official visit, the safety of the Prime Minister is considered important, but when the Prime Minister comes to participate in a political event, it will not make any other political The leader should not be harassed. I was subjected to harassment due to the delay and I had to cancel my pre-planned political program.

He further wrote, ‘I don’t know if stopping other activities is part of the PM’s political program. When I was the Minister of State for Railways in the Ministry of Railways, I never used my saloon car for electoral purposes. I do not understand if VVIP aircraft (which are meant for foreign travel) can be used to participate in political rallies.

He told the Election Commission, when India is such a poor country, all government employees sacrificed a few days’ salary during the state of Corona epidemic, giving voters funds for MP Fund Development Work (MPLAD) in their respective constituencies for two consecutive years. Has to be deprived of. All this information is for you, so that necessary action is taken.

Please tell that the term of the West Bengal Legislative Assembly expires on May 30. The fate of 7,34,07,832 voter candidates for the 17th assembly election is being decided from March 27. West Bengal elections will be held in a total of eight phases. Two phase elections have been completed and the third phase has 31 seats on 6 April, the fourth phase has 44 seats on 10 April, the fifth phase has 45 seats on 17 April, the sixth phase has 43 seats on 22 April, the seventh. In the phase, votes will be cast in 36 seats on 26 April and in the eighth and final phase on 35 seats on 29 April. At the same time, the results will be announced on May 2 in five states simultaneously.


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