Maharashtra Assembly election 2019: Congress wants ads featuring CM Fadnavis removed from government’s website

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Mumbai | October 6, 2019 11:05 AM

In a letter to the CEO, Sawant said such advertisements on government website violated the code of conduct.

Maharashtra, Devendra Fadnavis, Devendra Fadnavis constituency, Devendra Fadnavis seat, Devendra Fadnavis nomination papaer, Devendra Fadnavis affidavit, Nagpur South West seat, Congress, Ashish DeshmukhParty spokesperson Sachin Sawant also demanded action against Fadnavis for alleged violation of the model code of conduct

The Congress on Saturday wrote to the Chief Electoral Officer of Maharashtra, seeking removal of advertisements featuring Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis from the state government’s website.

Party spokesperson Sachin Sawant also demanded action against Fadnavis for alleged violation of the model code of conduct, in force for the October 21 state assembly polls.

In a letter to the CEO, Sawant said such advertisements on government website violated the code of conduct.

The CEO should direct the authorities to pull out these advertisements, and file a case of poll code violation against the chief minister, he demanded.

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