Lucknow: Voting for the assembly elections in five states of the country is going to start from next month. In such a situation, the process of counter-accusation has also started. In this sequence, the Samajwadi Party (SP) in Uttar Pradesh has complained to the Union Home Minister Amit Shah to the Election Commission. In this complaint of SP, it has been alleged that the Home Minister and his supporters have openly violated the Corona guidelines by distributing pamphlets and doing public relations during the door-to-door election campaign in Kairana on Saturday.
SP has also said in its complaint that the Election Commission has given permission for door-to-door campaign for campaigning, but till that day only a group of 5 people was allowed for it. On Saturday evening, the commission increased this number to 10. Whereas in the narrow streets of Kairana town of Shamli, a crowd of ten to many times more people had gathered during Amit Shah's door-to-door campaign. Regarding this, the Samajwadi Party, in a complaint letter to the Election Commission, has demanded speedy, strict and appropriate action against BJP and Amit Shah.
Countering this complaint of SP, Yogi government minister Mohisin Raza said that first SP should respond to the notice in which thousands of people had gathered at his office. This is the result of the defeat of the SP, who will now also blame the EVMs. He said that those who question the BJP leader, first take a peek in his own pocket.