Hate Speech Complaints Against Union Minister, Poll Body Directs Action

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Election Commission asks Karnataka Chief Election Officer to look into complaint of hate speech against union minister and Bengaluru north BJP candidate Shobha Karandlaje. DMK had filed a complaint after the minister made inflammatory and communally sensitive remarks after a protest in Bengaluru.

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