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Election Commission issues warning to KCR for model code of conduct violation

By The News Minute   04-May-2019

Election Commission issues warning to KCR for model code of conduct violation

The Election commission of India (ECI) on Friday issued a warning to Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao for violating the Model Code of Conduct (MCC) with his election speech at Karimnagar on March 17. The poll body has asked the Chief Minister to be more careful in future and adhere to the provisions of MCC while addressing public rally meetings or making any public statements.
The Election Commission issued the warning based on a complaint filed by Vishwa Hindu Parishad president M Rama Raju who claimed that KCR made derogatory remarks during an election rally at Karimnagar on March 17.
On March 17, KCR in his speech had referred to the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and said, "Ee Hindu Gaalu...bondu baalu...dikkumalina...daridrapu gaalu…desham lo aggi petale, gattar levale.” It loosely translates in English to: “These (self-proclaimed) Hindus are useless and disgusting…They want to stoke fire in the country and belong in the gutter.”
The ECI had on April 9 too issued a notice saying the KCR speech violated its MCC guidelines and had prima facie found that Rao's remarks had the potential of disturbing the harmony and aggravating the existing differences between social and religious communities.

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