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Congress filed a complaint in the Election Commission against the BJP candidate who spread superstition, applied for action demanding action.

Raipur. Chhattisgarh Pradesh Congress Committee has accused Kanker Lok Sabha BJP candidate Bhojraj Nag of luring voters to solve village people's problems through superstition by using tantra-mantra and cutting lemons. Congress has complained to the Chief Election Commissioner regarding this. Read More – Lok Sabha Elections 2024: In Bastar, the candidate of this unknown party has more property than Congress-BJP…

Congress filed a complaint in the Election Commission against the BJP candidate who spread superstition, applied for action demanding action. 3

In the memorandum submitted to the Election Commissioner, Congress has said that at present the Model Code of Conduct is in force all over India. In such a situation, BJP candidate from Kanker Lok Sabha under Chhattisgarh, Bhojraj Nag, during the election rally in Dondilohara area of ​​Balod district, tempted the voters to solve the problems of the people of the village by using tantra-mantra and cutting lemons in his Lok Sabha constituency. Is going.

Congress said, thus, the BJP candidate has given statements by misleading the common voters by making superstitious allurements with the aim of fraudulently influencing the voters in their favor. Due to this, the possibility of those promises corrupting the sanctity of the election process cannot be ruled out. Chhattisgarh Congress Committee Law Department opposes this.

Congress alleged that such an act in the election rally in the presence of Chief Minister Vishnudev Sai is not only a violation of the Model Code of Conduct, but also falls under the category of offense under the Drugs and Magic Remedies Objectionable Advertisements Act 1954 and IPC. Congressmen have demanded immediate action against BJP candidate Bhojraj Nag.

During this, Congress Law Department State President Deva Devangan, Congress Medical Cell President Dr. Rakesh Gupta, senior State Congress spokesperson Surendra Verma, Ankit Kumar Mishra, M. Naeem and Manoj Kumar Sonkar were present.

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