New Delhi. The controversial tweet of BJP candidate Kapil Mishra from Model Town was removed late at night. Mishra, who has filed a reply before the District Election Office (Model Town) on his disputed statement, said that he has given a general opinion about the Shaheenbagh performance. Mishra said that this demonstration is not happening in my constituency. He expressed consensus, which has not been said in any gathering or rally. His statement is not election related, which has not violated the model code of conduct in any way.
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Mishra tweeted on Thursday, Hindustan on the streets of Delhi in the February 8 assembly election And it was said that Pakistan will be fought. Taking cognizance of this, the Central Election Commission (ECI) on Thursday asked CEO Delhi to submit a report within 24 hours. After this, the presiding officer of Modan Town had issued a show cause notice to Kapil Mishra on Thursday and sought reply from Mishra at 12 noon on Friday. The Central Election Commission (EC) has written a letter to Twitter demanding the removal of Kapil Mishra's alleged controversial tweet.
At the same time, after receiving the notice, Mishra has filed his reply. At the same time, Twitter deleted that tweet late at night. Due to this tweet, a notice was issued to him. BJP candidate from Model Town, Kapil Mishra, described the Delhi election as a contest against Indo-Pak on 23 January. This tweet was liked by more than 35 thousand people till 10 pm. Nearly nine thousand retweet it. Over 6400 people commented on Kapil Mishra's tweet.