Assam: Did Himanta violate Model Code of Conduct in Karbi campaign?

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Diphu: Did Himanta violate Model Code of Conduct in Karbi campaign? Karbi Anglong Independent Council (KAAC) elections will be held on June 8, and with just one day left, the opposition has stepped up its attack on Assam Chief Minister Dr. Himanta Biswa Sarma, and on him. Alleged violation of model code. Code of Conduct (MCC).
CM Winter to Attract Voters with Extension of Rs. The measures, promising to include more than 1,000 people from each constituency, and numerous other announcements and other developmental activities, if they vote for the BJP candidate in power, would deliberately interfere with the independent exercise of electoral rights by voters equivalent to effort.
This is not the first time the Chief Minister has violated democratic principles. Even during the municipal elections in Guwahati, it had announced an additional Rs 1,000 crore for each winning ward and Rs 100 million as development funds. The opposition raised objections but our complaints were answered late. The CM seems to be a habitual and serial culprit of the Electoral Model Code of Conduct, and this has been done deliberately, but the Congress party is determined to fight it, “said Saikia.
A total of 7,03,293 voters at 906 polling stations in the two administrative districts will decide the fate of 165 candidates for the June 8 Kirby Anglong Autonomous Council (KAAC) elections.

Saikia also accused the government of corruption in widening and rebuilding the road, alleging that the Rs 300 crore project was completed in a record time of eight days only according to the documents available with the party.

A total of 7,03,293 voters at 906 polling stations in the two administrative districts will decide the fate of 165 candidates for the June 8 Kirby Anglong Autonomous Council (KAAC) elections.

“No technology record in the world can recreate a 17-kilometer mountain road in a week. This proves that there was widespread corruption because the road was not repaired during that period, and so on. It is not possible at all, ”Saikia added.

Part of the election has also been affected by the violence. The office of BJP candidate Anglong Terangpi in Sarupathar constituency was set on fire by miscreants late on Saturday night. The BJP has blamed supporters of an independent candidate for the incident. The district administration ordered an investigation.

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