The Trinamool Congress (TMC) has filed a complaint with the Election Commission (EC), terming last week PM Modi’s official visit to Bangladesh a violation of “democratic ethics” and model code of conduct. TMC leader and Rajya Sabha MP Derek O’Brien filed a complaint to the Chief Election Commissioner (CEC) on 28 March. The ruling party of West Bengal had objected to PM Modi’s programs in Bangladesh on March 27, the second day of the yatra.
The complaint stated that the party had no objection to the PM’s visit to Bangladesh for official purpose, as India had “played an important role in the liberation of Bangladesh and West Bengal”, particularly important in the heroic struggle of our fellow Bengalis. Had contributed.
It further added, “However, the All London Trinamool Congress strongly opposed Modi’s programs in Bangladesh on March 27. They had nothing to do with the 50th anniversary of Bangladesh’s independence or the birth centenary of Bangabandhu. Rather, he made a special It was said to influence voting for West Bengal assembly elections. “
PM Modi visited Bangladesh on 26-27 March to mark the 50th anniversary of Bangladesh’s independence. The party led by West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee alleged that “no Indian Prime Minister has indulged in such immoral and undemocratic acts nor has anyone violated the model code of conduct by campaigning his party from foreign soil.” ”
Banerjee had asked why the Bangladeshi actor’s visa was canceled when she attended a Trinamool Congress (TMC) rally during the 2019 Lok Sabha elections.
The complaint to the Election Commission alleged that the political motive behind Modi’s visit to Orkandi in Bangladesh was proved by the fact that he took with him BJP MP from West Bengal Santanu Thakur, who has no official position in the central government Keep it.
The complaint states that no MP or representative of the Trinamool Congress or other parties was called to accompany the PM. TMC has alleged that the PM misused his official position.
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