Code of Conduct by the Prime Minister of India, Shri Narendra Modi

English: Narendra Modi in Press Conference

English: Narendra Modi in Press Conference (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Prof. Bhim Singh, Founder of National Panthers Party raised important issues with the Chief Election Commissioner of India on the gross violation of Code of Conduct by the Prime Minister of India, Shri Narendra Modi.

1.     During PM’s visit to Srinagar all public roads in and around Amar Singh Club who were decorated with PM flags, banners, slogans, posters and banners were pasted on the public Chinar Trees, Government buildings and roads.

2.     The PM’s posters with his mission Kashmir 44+ were carrying map of Jammu and Kashmir sans India. India has been protesting on the international forums against keeping J&K out of Indian map. The Prime Minister of India pasted the map of Jammu and Kashmir without the entire national flag. This is a grave violation of the rules and amounts to criminal negligence ignoring sans of national integration only to appease the anti-national elements at home and abroad.

3.      The Doordarshan and public media giving false information that Shri Modi was addressing one lac crowd in Srinagar public meeting when the total capacity (sitting) of the ground where PM addressed his rally was 4100.

4.     The entire Kashmir Valley was put under undeclared curfew on 8th December 2014.  This resulted in complete collapse of business, trade and educational institutions.

5.     This situation denied an opportunity to the opposition parties to continue their political campaign particularly in the Districts of Srinagar and Budgam as this area was converted into police camp.

6.     I had to address four election rallies in Srinagar district which were naturally banned/prohibited which is not only violation of Code of Conduct but denial of equal opportunity to the Panthers Party to hold election meetings in Srinagar.

7.     Prof. Bhim Singh has demanded urgent action against Shri Narendra Modi.