Election Commission Issued Notice to Pragya for 72-Hour Ban on Election Campaigning

In the famous Bhavani temple of the city, Pragya took a prasad from the priest after seeing him.
Election Commission Issued Notice to Pragya for 72-Hour Ban on Election Campaigning

District Election Commission has issued a notice to Sadhvi Pragya Singh Thakur, accused of Malegaon Blast and BJP candidate from Bhopal Lok Sabha seat. This notice has been given to them to campaign against the 72-hour ban on election campaigning. The officials have asked Pragya Thakur to file a reply in this case. At the same time, Pragya Thakur says that she is ready to respond to the notice because she has not violated the Commission's ban.

Pragya Thakur had expressed her happiness on Babri demolition and had said that she was proud of it. The Election Commission considered this statement to be a violation of the code of conduct and imposed a 72-hour ban on them. The ban on them was applied from 6 am on Thursday. During these 72 hours, he was not involved in any rally, public meeting, rhetoric or any kind of campaigning. Let us state that CM Yogi Adityanath of Uttar Pradesh has seen the temples from Lucknow to Ayodhya after the ban on the campaign.

On his lines, Pragya Singh Thakur also went to the temples. After starting the Ban's deadline on Thursday morning, he left for Hanuman temple in Bhavnagar's Riviera Town, Bhavani temple in Chowk area and then to visit the cave temple. In the famous Bhavani temple of the city, Pragya took a prasad from the priest after seeing him. In the Bhavani temple, he also played Manjeera with the help of the bhajan troupe. Sadhvi Pragya also appeared in Hanuman temple in Riviera Town.

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