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Karnataka: ECI said “Mind Your Language” to Political Parties

The Election Commission of India (ECI) advised to all political parties to mind their language and maintain decorum during promoting for the upcoming Karnataka election,2023.

Karnataka Election 2023

On Wednesday, Election Commission advised to all the political parties especially Congress and BJP to maintain decorum in the field during addressing people for the upcoming election in Karnataka, 2023.

In every Election heat originates between political parties in order to present better in front of common people to vote them.

This time Political parties especially the Congress Party and the BJP party cross the boundaries of using the words like ‘Snake & Nalayak for the upcoming election in Karnataka.

The Election Commission of India (ECI) warned and advised to all leaders and star promoters of Political parties to be careful and control language during promotional in Karnataka.

The ECI’s warning comes after the BJP’s complaint against Priyank Kharge, son of Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge for making PM Modi’s ‘Nalayak’ remark.

‘The BJP is like a Snake and if you try to lick it, you’ll die that’s what I meant. I didn’t tell it to him, I’ll not target anyone personally, but ideology is poisonous that’s what I meant’, Mallikajun Kharge said,

The BJP also not behind to make remark on congress party and leaders. One of the BJP leaders said ‘Useless Son’ to Rahul Gandhi.

As political parties are waging a war of words against each other for the upcoming elections in Karnataka, the ECI has stepped in to remind them of the meaning of decorum.

The Election Commission of India (ECI) told the CEOs in charge of elections that they need to take action if this is being repeated again and again.

Political parties should maintain high standards and decorum of dialogue. CEC and ECI have also directed all CEOs to follow the advisory and initiate timely action as per law.

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