Mayor candidate got 'Hanumanji' printed in the poster, BJP attacked

Bhopal: The BJP has objected to the poster of Congress candidate Vikram Ahke in the National Body Elections. In fact, the social media wing of the Congress has released a poster for the body elections, in which the picture of Bajrangbali is accompanied by the photo of former chief minister Kamal Nath, MPs Nakul Nath and Vikram Ahke. To which BJP district president Bunty Sahu objected and attacked the Congress.

At the same time, the BJP also complained about this matter to the Election Commission. The poster released by the Social Media Department of the Congress has a photo of former CM Kamal Nath, his MP son Nakul Nath along with a 101-feet giant Hanuman Ji statue at Simaria in Chhindwara as well as the mayoral candidate from the Congress in Chhindwara Municipal Corporation, Vikram Ahke. The poster also has 'Sab Sukh Lahe Tumhri Sarna, Tum Rakshak Kahu Ko Darna' Chaupaiya's written along with Jai Shri Ram.

Reacting to the Congress poster, district BJP president Vivek Bunty Sahu said that the Congress is going to lose the Chhindwara Municipal Corporation elections, due to which after making all the efforts, now the Congress is missing Hanuman Ji. The district BJP president, while talking to reporters, attacked former Chief Minister Kamal Nath and said that the government was gone for opposing Hanuman Chalisa in Maharashtra, in the same way, Hanuman Ji will definitely punish him if former chief minister Kamal Nath uses Hanuman Ji by bringing religion into politics. At the same time, the district BJP president said that the BJP can also complain to the Election Commission if the model code of conduct is violated by studying the poster.

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