Assembly Election 2021 LIVE Updates: Insulting women part of Congress, DMK’s culture, alleges Modi in Dharapuram – Politics News , Firstpost


Assembly Election 2021 LIVE Updates: Referring to the death of a BJP worker’s mother in Bengal, Modi alleged that the Opposition’s ‘anti-women’ mindset is not restricted to Tamil Nadu

Assembly Election 2021 LIVE Updates: Insulting women part of Congress, DMK's culture, alleges Modi in Dharapuram

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Assembly Election 2021 LATEST Updates:  “The Congress and DMK has launched their outdated 2G missile which has a clear target: the women of Tamil Nadu. The missile was launched by UPA with clear message to attack the nari shakti of Tamil Nadu,” Modi alleged.

AIADMK leader and Tamil Nadu chief minister Edappadi Palaniswami and Deputy CM O Panneerselvam will share the stage with Modi along with other senior leaders from AIADMK and BJP.

Union Home Minister and BJP leader Amit Shah Tuesday arrived in Nandigram. The BJP leader was received by Suvendu Adhikari, party’s candidate from Nandigram.

Accusing the Left parties in Kerala of inciting violence, Narendra Modi in Palakkad said, ‘Under them, political rivals are killed, hacked and beaten.’

Shah is scheduled to participate in at least three roadshows, including one at Nandigram in East Medinipur, and one public rally in Diamond Harbour in South 24 Parganas. He will attend two more roadshows in Debra and Panskura.

It will be Modi’s first campaign rally in the state in this Assembly election. He had addressed a BJP rally at Fort Maidan during the last Assembly election in May 2016.

The Trinamool Congress on Monday lodged a complaint with the Election Commission, alleging that
Nandigram BJP candidate Suvendu Adhikari is harbouring criminals and putting them up in different hotels and guest houses of West Bengal.

In a letter to the chief electoral officer, TMC leader Derek O’Brien claimed that in spite of the local police being apprised of this, no action had been taken.

Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, who is also the TMC boss, is locked in a fierce contest with her protege-turned-adversary Adhikari in Nandigram in East Midnapore district, which goes to polls in the second phase on 1 April.

In a separate letter to the CEO, the ruling party said there have been instances of booth capturing and rigging during the first phase of polls held on 27 March, adding that “anti-social elements” of the BJP are camping in the district to “create large-scale violence”.

The TMC urged the commission to take these “criminals” into preventive custody in the interest of free and fair polls.

The party also demanded that there should be no deployment of armed police personnel from Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Madhya Pradesh and other BJP-ruled states during the remaining seven phases of the Assembly polls.


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