New Delhi. Along with local issues, Pakistan has also entered the Delhi Assembly elections. BJP candidate Kapil Mishra had tweeted from Delhi's Model Town that the Delhi election was a match between India and Pakistan, on which the Election Commission has taken strict action. The Election Commission has asked Kapil Mishra to delete his tweet, but the BJP leader says that he is firm on his statement.
After the tweet by Kapil Mishra, the Election Commission came into action after political turmoil. A notice was sent to the leader on behalf of the Commission and a response was sought. Meanwhile, after the directive of the Election Commission, the CEO office of Delhi has asked Kapil Mishra to delete the controversial tweet. After which the process of deleting the tweet has started. Amid the controversy, Kapil Mishra has said that I have received the Election Commission notice, I will give my reply today. I do not think I have said anything wrong, to tell the truth in this country is not a crime. I have told the truth, I stand by my statement. BJP leader says that Shaheen Bagh has encroached on the streets, people are not able to go to school-office-hospital.
Kapil Mishra alleged that provocative slogans are being raised there. The way Manish Sisodia has said that he is with the people of Shaheen Bagh, it proves that this is a political movement. Kapil Mishra tweeted on Thursday, targeting the ongoing protest in Shaheen Bagh on the issue of Citizenship Amendment Act. He wrote in his tweet, "AAP and Congress have created mini Pakistan like Shaheen Bagh, in response, Hindustan will stand on February 8, when the traitors will put Pakistan in India, then the patriot Hindustan will stand. Apart from this, he described the Delhi election as a match of India Pakistan.