Supreme Court asks EC to decide on Modi, Shah complaints by May 6


New Delhi, May 2: The Supreme Court on Thursday asked the Election Commission to decide on the remaining nine complaints by the Congress against Prime Minister Narendra Modi and BJP President Amit Shah for alleged poll code violations.

The court has sought a response from the poll body on Monday (May 6).

Earlier, the apex court had issued a notice to the poll panel over the petition filed by Congress MP Sushmita Dev.

The court had said was open to the poll panel passing necessary orders in the matter.

The Congress claimed that Modi and Shah have used military operations as propaganda during the election campaign but the poll panel did not act against them despite various complaints.


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