Thursday, 13 April 2017

Vijender Gupta's 'misshaped photographs' supplication: AAP discloses to EC it didn't abuse Model Code of Conduct

New Delhi: The Aam Aadmi Party on Wednesday precluded energizes from securing putting "twisted" pictures of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) pioneer Vijender Gupta in its decision blurbs crosswise over Delhi while keeping up that it has not damaged the Model Code of Conduct and the charges are "politically spurred".

The Delhi State Election Commission (SEC) had requested that the AAP document an answer to a dissension by Gupta in such manner.

The publication, seen in many parts of the city, conveys photographs of both Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and Leader of Opposition Gupta and asks voters in the matter of who they would want to hold the reins of the civil enterprises.

In its answer to the SEC, AAP's Delhi unit convener Dilip Pandey stated, the photograph delineates two distinct gatherings, their political philosophies and the work done by them.

"All charges leveled against us are unmerited. Gupta is the Leader of the Opposition and all charges raised by him are politically spurred. We have not abused any Model Code of Conduct," Pandey said.

On the off chance that the BJP pioneer discovered his photo on the notices frightful then he ought to "send his photograph, which can be utilized for promotion crusade", he stated, including, "Gupta's photograph, which was utilized as a part of the battle, is usually found on the Internet."

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