- Shah organized padyatra with 5,000 people, no case registered against him: Congress
- Congress made many allegations against the commission
Register: The Congress in Goa on Monday accused the Election Commission of India (ECI) of following two different COVID protocol norms in the election states of Uttar Pradesh and Goa. Speaking at a meeting of party workers in Pernem assembly constituency, All India Congress Committee secretary in-charge of Goa Dinesh Gundu Rao said that Union Home Minister and senior Bharatiya Janata Party leader Amit Shah was allowed to undertake a massive padyatra with 5,000 supporters. is being given. Election officials in Goa have been partisan, cracking down on even the smallest meetings organized by the Congress party in the coastal state.
He said, due to Corona, big meetings cannot be held. Guidelines have been issued regarding this and whenever people gather, a flying squad registers the case. Especially when it comes to Congress party meetings, they are ready to file more cases. So we have to hold small meetings to convey the message to the people. We have to go from house to house. Rao said, I was watching TV one day. Amit Shah organized a padyatra in Uttar Pradesh with around 5,000 people. No one filed a case against him.
He further said, I request the Election Commission, do not make one rule for UP and another rule for Goa. Have one rule for the whole country. Not giving opportunity to the opposition parties to campaign, not allowing them to reach out to the people (not right). People are against BJP government. They want to send them home in Goa. The AICC secretary also said that the ruling BJP has taken control of all the institutions in the country and these are being used for the benefit of the ruling party.
“BJP has taken control of all our institutions. Be it Income Tax, CBI (Central Bureau of Investigation), ED (Enforcement Directorate) or other department departments like Election Commission. They are being used to their advantage. So in Goa also, they don’t want other political parties to campaign and organize big functions.
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