MP Nalin has violated election code of conduct: MLC Ivan
Team Udayavani, Mar 13, 2019, 10:14 AM IST
Mangaluru: Strict action has been demanded by MLC Ivan D’Souza against MP Nalin Kumar Kateel for violating election code of conduct through social media.
The MLC addressed the media on Wednesday March 13th and said, “I have already written a letter to election commission regarding this issue. MP Nalin Kumar Kateel has tweeted that that people should vote only for those who initiated action against terrorists and not those who force open the door of Supreme Court for the sake of a terrorist.”
“This tweet has to be taken seriously by election commission and a case needs to be booked against MP Nalin Kumar Kateel,” demanded the MLC.
MP Nalin Kumar Kateel is taking advantage of the airstrike. Airstrike is not an achievement by the BJP and BJP is insulting to our forces,” pointed out Mr D’Souza.
The MLC alleged that the election code of conduct is being misused and demanded action against district election officer for questioning about private and wedding programmes citing election code of conduct.
“Deputy Commissioner should have a dialogue with district election officer and tell that rules should not be misused in the name of election code of conduct,” said MLC Ivan D Souza.
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