New Delhi: In ongoing presidential election, A complaint has been filed by Karnataka Congress. the Congress on Tuesday filed a complaint against NDA candidate Draupadi Murmu and BJP leaders for violating the model code of conduct in the Election Commission regarding the presidential election. The Congress alleges that during the elections on July 18, Draupadi Murmu and other leaders have violated the rules related to elections.
Opposition party Congress accused that the ruling BJP in Karnataka influenced the MLAs by offering them bribes and other inducements. On behalf of the Congress, this complaint has been made against NDA candidate Draupadi Murmu, CM Basavaraj Bommai, BJP state president Nalin Kumar, former CM BS Yediyurappa, Satheesh Reddy and other ministers. Congress Legislature Party leader Siddaramaiah and Congress state president DK Shivakumar alleged in their complaint that the MLAs were accommodated in 5-star hotels.
The complaint was filed by the Congress in Karnataka on 19 July. “By giving all these facilities to the legislators of the BJP leaders, they have given undue influence to vote in favour of Draupadi Murmu. This is a violation of the Election Code,” Congress leaders said in the complaint.
Let us tell you that there is a contest between NDA candidate Draupadi Murmu and opposition candidate Yashwant Sinha for the post of President. If we see the math of votes, then the victory of Draupadi Murmu is being considered sure. If Draupadi Murmu becomes the President, she will be the first person from the tribal community to reach the top constitutional post of the country. After the counting of votes on July 21, the name of the new President of the country will be announced. The new President will be sworn in on July 25.