Within the letter to state chief electoral officer, UDF chief Chennithala stated the CM had held two press conferences on the get together head quarters on March 4 and 6 by which he introduced new actions and insurance policies of the federal government, flouting election code
By HT Correspondent | Edited by Smriti Sinha
UPDATED ON MAR 11, 2021 04:47 PM IST
Kerala Opposition chief Ramesh Chennithala on Thursday filed a criticism with the Election Fee in opposition to Kerala chief minister Pinarayi Vijayan alleging that he violated ballot code of conduct and made many bulletins after ballot dates have been introduced.
Within the letter to state chief electoral officer Tikaram Meena, the UDF chief stated the CM had held two press conferences on the get together head quarters on March 4 and 6 by which he introduced new actions and insurance policies of the federal government, flouting election code. He stated as soon as the election dates are introduced, solely the state chief secretary or the general public relations division are entitled to make contemporary bulletins, if any.
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“In these meets, he [CM] made many bulletins violating the election code of conduct. He did this with the intent of luring voters,” the senior Congress chief stated within the letter, requesting the chief electoral officer to be aware of it and prohibit the CM from making such bulletins until the ballot code was in place. Nevertheless, a authorities spokesperson denied the Opposition chief’s costs and stated the ballot officer was free to test particulars of press conferences.
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