EC capitulated to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, says Rahul Gandhi

NEW DELHI: as the Lok Sabha The election came to an end, the president of Congress Rahul Gandhi He led the attack by the opposition to the Electoral Commission for allowing Kendarnath's visit by Prime Minister Narendra Modi before the last round of voting. Rahul accused the EC of surrendering to Modi.

From the electoral bonds and the EVMs to the manipulation of the election calendar, NaMo TV, the 'Modi Army' and now the drama in Kedarnath, the capitulation of the Electoral Commission before Mr. Modi and his gang is evident to all the Indians. The EC used to be feared and respected. No more, he tweeted.

The attack of the Congress reflected the feeling in the rest of the field of the opposition, although not all the parties spoke. TMC complained to the panel of polls that Modi's address to the media in Kedarnath was unethical and the media coverage of his visit violated polling rules. The head of the TDP, N Chandrababu Naidu, wrote to the head of commissioners for the elections, Sunil Arora, saying that the continuous transmission of Modi's private activities in the sanctuaries was a violation of the survey code.