The Supreme Court on Monday took cognizance of alleged hate speeches of BSP chief Mayawati and Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath during the election campaign and the Election Commission of India), what action has he taken against them for the maiden? The bench, led by Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi, summoned a representative of the Election Commission Tuesday, agreeing with the statement of the Commission having limited rights to make speeches by creating caste and religion based on caste and religion during election campaign. is.
The bench mentioned the Election Commission's statement that it can issue notice for speeches spreading on the basis of caste and religion, after which it can give advice and ultimately allegations of violation of Model Code of Conduct against such a leader Can file a complaint in The bench said, "Election Commission said that there is nothing in his hand. He said that he will issue the first notice, then the consultation will be issued and the complaint will be lodged again. "The bench said that during the campaigning, he will talk about the aspect related to the authority of the Commission to deal with such speculative speeches. .
During the hearing, the bench asked for information about the steps taken against them due to the alleged hate speeches of Mayawati and Yogi Adityanath from the Advocate of the Commission. The Advocate of the Commission said that he had already issued notice to both the leaders. The bench said, "Let us know about the steps taken against Mayawati and Yogi Adityanath." To counter the matter, she has yesterday filed a counter petition. The bench was hearing a petition filed by NRI Yoga instructor living in Sharjah in the UAE (UAE). In his petition, he has been requested to direct EC to lift the "strict step" on the comments made on the basis of religion and caste in media of political parties, in view of the general elections.