Modi's 'Hamshakal' candidate will be given notice of EC's notice within 24 hours

The Election Commission has sent a notice to the Election Commission for comment of 'one vote, one note', who is contesting the Lok Sabha elections as an independent candidate from Prime Minister Narendra Modi and as an independent candidate from the capital, Lucknow.

In fact, after the filing of nomination on Friday, Abhinandan Pathak said that 'one vote, one note' will be his election slogan. After which the Election Commission came into action and issued a notice against the reader. In this notice issued on Friday evening, District Election Officer Kaushalaj Sharma said that the reader's intention is to lure voters to vote for votes, so this election appears to be a violation of the Code of Conduct.

He said that the reader has been given 24 hours to file a reply. If the answer is not received then a lawsuit will be filed against them in the relevant section.

Significantly, Pathak has been nominated for the Lucknow seat by Home Minister Rajnath Singh, who has also announced his nomination from Varanasi seat. He said that he will file the form on April 26 from Varanasi.

Like the Prime Minister who looked like Modi and rightly like him, the reader, wearing a pair of paws and pajamas, said that he is not a dummy but a serious candidate. He said that he is against jammalaji and after winning the elections, he will support Rahul Gandhi for the post of Prime Minister.

Pathar, a resident of Saharanpur, had left the Republican Party of India last year and joined the Congress. He also organized several rallies for the party in the recent assembly elections in Chhattisgarh.