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  • Re: Innocent mistake or deliberate violation of election rules

    by » 6 years ago


    Is it not astonishing that PM candidate chose to deliver election speech just near polling booth. He selected Guharat where he is C.M. It appears that he felt that the elctoral advantages of such violation is much morte than the penalty or disadvantage that election commission may impose. Moreover once the elections are over, all officials in Gujarat will be at mercy of Modi.

    http://www.hindustantimes.com/elections2014/state-of-the-states/ec-orders-police-complaint-against-modi-for-holding-press-conference-after-voting/article1-1214019.aspx
    Congress is complaining everything to EC. They should have cocentrated more of their future instead of running against political leader. I am surprised at the FIR,


    This kind of foul language was first started by Sonia Gandhi when she called Modi Maut ke Saudagr, and now when they get a taste of their medicine they are unable to handle it ! Thwe way her daughter goes about using frenzied language shows how desperate they are ...ypical Congress party double standards ..
    Now it is clear that Modi has not violated model code of conduct as he did press conference after stipulated area.


    Modi definitely does everything for his success and law/ code of conduct means nothing to him. But he is clever enough to be tecnically on right side of law. In this case, he definitely did what he wanted but made his show just a very short distance away from the restricted area. The FIRs against him also were hgelpful to him in his mission. Clearly he knows rules of the game and has tact to make best use of these.
    it iz cong which is making him popular. What's the need to complain to ec on election days. They are not learning from past mistakes.

    http://mohanmekap.com/


  • Re: Innocent mistake or deliberate violation of election rules

    by » 6 years ago


    Is it not astonishing that PM candidate chose to deliver election speech just near polling booth. He selected Guharat where he is C.M. It appears that he felt that the elctoral advantages of such violation is much morte than the penalty or disadvantage that election commission may impose. Moreover once the elections are over, all officials in Gujarat will be at mercy of Modi.

    http://www.hindustantimes.com/elections2014/state-of-the-states/ec-orders-police-complaint-against-modi-for-holding-press-conference-after-voting/article1-1214019.aspx
    Congress is complaining everything to EC. They should have cocentrated more of their future instead of running against political leader. I am surprised at the FIR,


    This kind of foul language was first started by Sonia Gandhi when she called Modi Maut ke Saudagr, and now when they get a taste of their medicine they are unable to handle it ! Thwe way her daughter goes about using frenzied language shows how desperate they are ...ypical Congress party double standards ..
    Now it is clear that Modi has not violated model code of conduct as he did press conference after stipulated area.


    Modi definitely does everything for his success and law/ code of conduct means nothing to him. But he is clever enough to be tecnically on right side of law. In this case, he definitely did what he wanted but made his show just a very short distance away from the restricted area. The FIRs against him also were hgelpful to him in his mission. Clearly he knows rules of the game and has tact to make best use of these.
    it iz cong which is making him popular. What's the need to complain to ec on election days. They are not learning from past mistakes.


    Congress's mindset is that only it can rule and the rest have to follow what they say, now with some chance of BJP ccoming to power, they will see to it that by hook or mostly crook they will scuttle Modi's chance of becoming the PM, and this is one such example...

    Pay no mind to those who talk behind your back, it simply means that you are two steps ahead !!!


  • Re: Innocent mistake or deliberate violation of election rules

    by » 6 years ago


    Is it not astonishing that PM candidate chose to deliver election speech just near polling booth. He selected Guharat where he is C.M. It appears that he felt that the elctoral advantages of such violation is much morte than the penalty or disadvantage that election commission may impose. Moreover once the elections are over, all officials in Gujarat will be at mercy of Modi.

    http://www.hindustantimes.com/elections2014/state-of-the-states/ec-orders-police-complaint-against-modi-for-holding-press-conference-after-voting/article1-1214019.aspx
    Congress is complaining everything to EC. They should have cocentrated more of their future instead of running against political leader. I am surprised at the FIR,


    This kind of foul language was first started by Sonia Gandhi when she called Modi Maut ke Saudagr, and now when they get a taste of their medicine they are unable to handle it ! Thwe way her daughter goes about using frenzied language shows how desperate they are ...ypical Congress party double standards ..
    Now it is clear that Modi has not violated model code of conduct as he did press conference after stipulated area.


    Modi definitely does everything for his success and law/ code of conduct means nothing to him. But he is clever enough to be tecnically on right side of law. In this case, he definitely did what he wanted but made his show just a very short distance away from the restricted area. The FIRs against him also were hgelpful to him in his mission. Clearly he knows rules of the game and has tact to make best use of these.
    it iz cong which is making him popular. What's the need to complain to ec on election days. They are not learning from past mistakes.


    Congress's mindset is that only it can rule and the rest have to follow what they say, now with some chance of BJP ccoming to power, they will see to it that by hook or mostly crook they will scuttle Modi's chance of becoming the PM, and this is one such example...
    Some of cong actions suggest they are desperate, like now preparing for snoopgate investigation at the end of election, sibal complaining terrorist violence act in Assam due to Modi, now wherever anything happens it is due to Modi, I think they should face the defeat even if they think so as their actions seems to suggest, they should face it if they think they are defating gracefully.

    http://mohanmekap.com/


  • Re: Innocent mistake or deliberate violation of election rules

    by » 6 years ago


    Is it not astonishing that PM candidate chose to deliver election speech just near polling booth. He selected Guharat where he is C.M. It appears that he felt that the elctoral advantages of such violation is much morte than the penalty or disadvantage that election commission may impose. Moreover once the elections are over, all officials in Gujarat will be at mercy of Modi.

    http://www.hindustantimes.com/elections2014/state-of-the-states/ec-orders-police-complaint-against-modi-for-holding-press-conference-after-voting/article1-1214019.aspx
    Congress is complaining everything to EC. They should have cocentrated more of their future instead of running against political leader. I am surprised at the FIR,


    This kind of foul language was first started by Sonia Gandhi when she called Modi Maut ke Saudagr, and now when they get a taste of their medicine they are unable to handle it ! Thwe way her daughter goes about using frenzied language shows how desperate they are ...ypical Congress party double standards ..
    Now it is clear that Modi has not violated model code of conduct as he did press conference after stipulated area.


    Modi definitely does everything for his success and law/ code of conduct means nothing to him. But he is clever enough to be tecnically on right side of law. In this case, he definitely did what he wanted but made his show just a very short distance away from the restricted area. The FIRs against him also were hgelpful to him in his mission. Clearly he knows rules of the game and has tact to make best use of these.
    it iz cong which is making him popular. What's the need to complain to ec on election days. They are not learning from past mistakes.


    Congress's mindset is that only it can rule and the rest have to follow what they say, now with some chance of BJP ccoming to power, they will see to it that by hook or mostly crook they will scuttle Modi's chance of becoming the PM, and this is one such example...
    Some of cong actions suggest they are desperate, like now preparing for snoopgate investigation at the end of election, sibal complaining terrorist violence act in Assam due to Modi, now wherever anything happens it is due to Modi, I think they should face the defeat even if they think so as their actions seems to suggest, they should face it if they think they are defating gracefully.


    The elections are still in process and it is too early to comment who is winning or ruling. Even if a party is defeated, the right as well as duty to protect national interests and unity continue- as a ruling party or opposition. We need be a bit patient and wait for actual outcome of the elections that may differ a lot from what the media or the so called surveys suggest.

    G. K. Ajmani Tax consultant
    http://gkajmani-mystraythoughts.blogspot.com/


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