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24 hours ban on Mamata’s election campaign by EC

The Election Commission has banned Mamata Banerjee’s election campaign for 24 hours. This ban will be applicable from 8 pm on Monday. According to the information, the Election Commission has taken this action on a Hindu-Muslim statement of Mamta Banerjee. In such a situation, Mamata Banerjee is now planning to stage a sit-in on the action of the Election Commission.

Mamta wrote on her Twitter account that she is going to sit on a dharna at Gandhi idol in Kolkata tomorrow at noon, in protest against the Election Commission’s undemocratic and unconstitutional decision.

According to the information, the Election Commission has sent a notice to Mamata Banerjee on a statement given on Muslims during one of her rallies. After which instructions have been given to banning Mamata from campaigning at 8 pm on Monday night. In such a situation, Mamata will not be able to campaign for the entire twenty-four hours. MP Derek O’Brien has given his response to this action of the Election Commission. He said that the Election Commission’s action on Mamata Banerjee has been called the black day of democracy.

Earlier, Mamata Banerjee had targeted the Election Commission (EC) and PM Narendra Modi. Targeting the EC, Mamta had said that the MCC should be named Modi Code of Conduct. CM Mamata tweeted on Sunday that the Election Commission should change the name of MCC to Modi Code of Conduct.

She further said that BJP should put all its strength, but in this world, I cannot stop sharing the pain of my people. Mamata said that they can stop me from visiting my brothers and sisters in Cooch Behar for 3 days, but I will reach there on the fourth day. In fact, after the violence in Cooch Behar, the Election Commission has banned any leader from going there.

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