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    Sources in the pollpanel acknowledged on Tuesday that the manager electoral officer of Maharashtra has been asked to submit a document on the earliest. Addressing a rally in Ausa in Mahrashtra’s Latur, Modi acknowledged, “Can your first vote be dedicated to of us who performed the air strike.”

    |Updated: Apr 9, 2019, 23: 13 IST

    Highlights

    • Election Price has taken cognizance of Top Minister Narendra Modi’s remarks asking first-time voters to devote their vote to of us who performed the air strike in Balakot
    • Addressing a rally in Ausa in Mahrashtra’s Latur, Modi acknowledged, “Can your first vote be dedicated to of us who performed the air strike.”

    Top Minister Narendra Modi.

    Election Commission seeks report on PM Narendra Modi's Balakot strike remarks

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    NEW DELHI: The Election Price has taken cognizance of Top Mnister

    Narendra Modi

    ‘s remarks asking first-time voters to devote their vote to of us who performed the air strike in

    Balakot

    , and has sought a document from pollofficials in

    Maharashtra

    .

    Sources in the pollpanel acknowledged on Tuesday that the manager electoral officer of Maharashtra has been asked to submit a document on the earliest.

    Addressing a rally in Ausa in Mahrashtra’s

    Latur

    , Modi acknowledged, “Can your first vote be dedicated to of us who performed the air strike.”

    “I are seeking to describe the first-time voters: can your first vote be dedicated to the veer jawans (courageous troopers) who performed the air strike in

    Pakistan

    ). Can your first vote be dedicated to the veer shaheed (heroic martyrs) of

    Pulwama

    (apprehension attack),” Modi acknowledged.

    The document has been sought in the context of an EC advisory issued final month asking parties to desist from indulging in political propaganda gripping actions of the defense power.

    “…parties/candidates are suggested that their campaigners/candidates must desist, as share of their election campaigning, from indulging in any political propaganda gripping actions of defence forces,” the commission had acknowledged on March 19.

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