No Derogatory Ads Against Trinamool, High Court Tells BJP, Pulls Up Poll Body | Read

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The BJP cannot publish derogatory advertisements against Bengal's ruling Trinamool Congress, especially during the 'silence period' (a day prior to the polls and the polling day), the Calcutta High Court has said. This, the judge said, violates the Model Code of Conduct, and the rights of the Trinamool Congress and people to fair elections. Justice Sabyasachi Bhattacharyya also admonished the Election Commission of India for "grossly failing" to address the complaints filed by the Trinamool in this matter.

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