Election Commission Stops Karnataka Government Ads In Telangana

PUBLISHED ON: November 27, 2023 | Duration: 4 min, 43 sec

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The Election Commission on Monday stopped Karnataka government's advertisements in Telangana newspapers. The poll panel said that the ads were in violation of the model code. The action came after BJP's complaint that said the Congress government in Karnataka has been putting out advertisements in the Telangana media with an eye on the assembly polls in the state. It urged the Election Commission to take action against the party. A BJP delegation, including Union minister Bhupender Yadav, former minister Prakash Javadekar and party leaders Sudhanshu Trivedi and Om Pathak, submitted a complaint to the EC, saying the Congress has violated the Representation of the People Act and the Model Code of Conduct. The BJP called for legal action saying that the Congress is using public money to influence elections in another state.
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