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AAP claims party’s LS poll campaign song banned by EC

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NEW DELHI, April 28: The AAP on Sunday claimed the Election Commission (EC) has imposed a ban on the party’s Lok Sabha campaign song, ‘Jail ke jawab mein hum vote denge’, stating that it shows the ruling BJP and central investigation agencies in a bad light.

There was no immediate response from the poll panel to the AAP’s claim.

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Addressing a press conference, senior AAP leader Atishi said, “It is probably the first time that the EC has imposed a ban on a party’s campaign song.”

According to the EC, she said, the song shows the ruling party and investigation agencies in a bad light.

“The song does not mention the BJP and does not violate the Model Code of Conduct. It includes factual videos and incidents,” she added.

Atishi, who is also a Delhi government minister, accused the EC of not acting on poll code violations committed by the BJP.

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“If the BJP does dictatorship, it is right. But if someone talks about it, that is wrong. This shows that democracy is in danger. I want to urge the EC to act on the (poll code) violations committed by the BJP and not stop campaigns of opposition parties,” she said.

The AAP’s over two-minute campaign song has been penned and sung by AAP MLA Dilip Pandey. The song was released at the party headquarters here on Thursday. (PTI)

 

 

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