Narendra Modi posters create problem, Bharatiya Janata Party scrambles for 'veiled' solution

Wed Apr 09 2014, 13:42 hrs
BJP has covered around 1,000 banners and posters in the city carrying photos of its prime ministerial nominee Narendra Modi, who will file his nomination for the Vadodara Lok Sabha seat here tomorrow. (PTI)
BJP has covered around 1,000 banners and posters in the city carrying photos of its prime ministerial nominee Narendra Modi, who will file his nomination for the Vadodara Lok Sabha seat here tomorrow. (PTI)
'The posters carrying Narendra Modi's pictures were covered by those carrying the party message. If the posters carrying Modi's photos are continued to be displayed after he files nomination, the expenses will be included in his personal expenditure,' a BJP office bearer said. (PTI)
'The posters carrying Narendra Modi's pictures were covered by those carrying the party message. If the posters carrying Modi's photos are continued to be displayed after he files nomination, the expenses will be included in his personal expenditure,' a BJP office bearer said. (PTI)
The Election Commission has set a maximum limit of Rs 70 lakh that a candidate can spend on his election campaign. BJP had put up over 1,000 hoardings carrying Narendra Modi's photos at key locations in the city. The party had booked the hoarding sites about 15 days in advance. (PTI)
The Election Commission has set a maximum limit of Rs 70 lakh that a candidate can spend on his election campaign. BJP had put up over 1,000 hoardings carrying Narendra Modi's photos at key locations in the city. The party had booked the hoarding sites about 15 days in advance. (PTI)
A person dressed as BJP prime minister candidate Narendra Modi takes part in a procession on the occasion of Ramnavmi festival in Jodhpur. Congress General Secretary Madhusudhan Mistry had demanded removal of Narendra Modi's posters, alleging that the civic body had shown bias by allocating all the advertisement kiosks. (PTI)
A person dressed as BJP prime minister candidate Narendra Modi takes part in a procession on the occasion of Ramnavmi festival in Jodhpur. Congress General Secretary Madhusudhan Mistry had demanded removal of Narendra Modi's posters, alleging that the civic body had shown bias by allocating all the advertisement kiosks. (PTI)
The EC had directed the district election officer to allot 1,000 advertisement locations to Congress on Monday. (PTI)
The EC had directed the district election officer to allot 1,000 advertisement locations to Congress on Monday. (PTI)
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