EC gives clean chit to PM Modi’s address on Mission Shakti: Big Setback for Congress

Election Commission (EC) today gave a spotless chit to Prime Minister Narendra Modi for his Address to the country on Mission Shakti. The poll panel had set up a council to look at whether Modi’s discourse modal code of conduct, which is in power for Lok Sabha poll. EC said there was no infringement of modular code in PM’s speech.

PM Modi had addressed the nation to announce the successful trial of an anti-satellite missile (A-SAT) in his location to the country on Wednesday.

In his address, Prime Minister Modi announced that India had exhibited anti-satellite missile (A-SAT) capacity by shooting down a live satellite, depicting it as an uncommon accomplishment that puts the nation in a select club of room superpowers.

Opposition parties claimed that the PM’s address was a violation of model code of conduct & requested that EC take an action in such a manner.

Public broadcasters Doordarshan and Ali India Radio have reacted to the Election Commission which had gotten some information about the wellspring of feed of the leader’s address to the nation.

He likewise said that the leader’s office had neither informed nor looked for the EC’s permission on Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s address in which he informed people about the fruitful test of an anti-satellite missile

Deputy Election Commissioner Sandeep Saxena in charge of the Model Code division told a media briefing here that the watchdog had looked for subtleties from DD and AIR about the wellspring of feed of the PM’s address. The two broadcasters have reacted and the EC inspected their reaction “in the light of what we need to know”.

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