According to the opposition occasion, the BJP chief stated in an interview that he ensured “good enough expenses” in the Mhow constituency through the meeting polls which led to a win.
- Information18.com Bhopal
- Last Updated: June 23, 2020, 8:44 PM IST
The Congress in Madhya Pradesh has submitted a grievance with the state chief electoral officer towards Bharatiya Janata Party nationwide normal secretary Kailash Vijayvargiya over his remarks that he ensured “good enough expenses” in the Mhow constituency through the meeting polls in 2018 which led to his occasion’s win.
On Tuesday, Congress leaders led by JP Dhanopia handed the grievance to the election fee in Bhopal, apprising in regards to the assertion from Vijayvargiya.
“During a recent interview with a regional daily in Indore, Kailash Vijayvargiya claimed of making ‘good enough expenses’ in the assembly polls 2018 at Mhow constituency in Dhar,” stated the grievance. “He (Vijayvargiya) did not even inform candidate Usha Thakur about these expenses.”
The BJP chief, the grievance stated, talked about that he even visited Mhow at 2am through the election for “poll setting”. The Congress stated that the ballot marketing campaign ends at 10pm and voters fall asleep, so what sort of “setting” did he achieve this late at evening.
The occasion is searching for a ban on Vijayvargiya for future polls and has demanded that the bills talked about by the senior chief ought to be added into the ballot bills of Usha Thakur.
Vijayvargiya who represented Mhow between 2013 and 2018 had given it up in the 2018 meeting polls to earn a ticket for his son. The occasion fielded his son Akash from Indore and gave the Mhow ticket to Thakur.
BJP spokesperson Rajneesh Agrawal hit again on the Congress on the grievance, saying the occasion has lots of free time so it will possibly afford to do that. “The opposition party first lodges complaints with constitutional bodies and later cries foul when it can’t receive a favourable verdict,” stated Agrawal, alleging that the Congress has even disrespected the Supreme Court of India and must respect constitutional authorities.
The Congress additionally handed one other grievance to the state election fee, alleging that with 24 bypolls due in the state the ruling BJP is transferring officers in massive numbers to govern the elections. The state authorities ought to be restrained from this, demanded the occasion in the grievance.