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Presently, Congress needs EC to ban Kejriwal from campaigning

Presently, Congress needs EC to ban Kejriwal from campaigning

The Congress on Friday moved toward the Election Commission looking for a restriction on Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal‘s battling, asserting that he was making “public and provocative” explanations.

A designation driven by previous Congress MP Sandeep Dikshit met Delhi Chief Electoral Officer Ranbir Singh requesting “solid activity” against Kejriwal by prohibiting him from the race crusade.

In its reminder, Congress said that amid a question and answer session, Kejriwal had approached Muslims not to vote in favor of the Congress as it was not getting “a solitary Hindu vote”.

“Kejriwal’s announcement is profoundly shared and illicit in nature and is planned to isolate the Hindu and Muslim votes and pull in the voters along public lines. We look for solid activity against Kejriwal for attempting to feed a common gap,” it said.

“We request that the Election Commission takes discernment of his touchy articulation and he ought to be restricted from taking further part in the decision crusade,” said the notice marked by Dikshit and different Congress pioneers Mangat Ram Singh, Ramakant Goswami, Jitender Kochar, and Onika Mehrotra.

Kejriwal is set to leave on a battle in the national capital, which is going to surveys on May 12. In contrast to 2014, Kejriwal has not panned out this time, aside from battling quickly for the TDP in Andhra Pradesh.

Congress’ immediate assault on Kejriwal additionally demonstrated that both the gatherings, which were in exchange for a union till as of late, will investigate every possibility amid the crusade.

Congress has not trifled with to Kejriwal’s assault on its leader Rahul Gandhi, as the alliance has not emerged.

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