Complaint Filed Against PM Modi For Invoking 'Hanuman' In Karnataka Election Rallies

The Congress party has asked the Election Commission to restrain PM Modi from taking up the names of Hindu Gods in his election rallies in poll-bound Karnataka.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi

ND24 Web Desk | Published : 2023-05-05

The Congress lodged a complaint with the Election Commission against PM Narendra Modi for allegedly invoking Hindu gods during his election rallies in Karnataka.
Leaders of the party’s legal cell have appealed to the poll panel to restrain Modi from seeking votes in the name of gods and goddesses.
The complaint to the poll panel accuses the PM Modi of attempting “to portray the Congress party as anti-Hindu by taking name of most revered god of Hindu’s Lord Hanuman i.e., ‘Jai Bhajarangi bali’ only with intention of soliciting votes for BJP party and urging people to not vote for Congress party”.
PM Modi in his election rally since May 2 has been hitting out at the Congress for promising a ban on the right-wing outfit Bajrang Dal and equated the ban with "locking up" Bajrangbali, Lord Hanuman. PM Modi also chanted ‘Jai Bajrangbali' in all three speeches in Karnataka.


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