Kejriwal To Officially Issue Model Code Of Conduct For Election Commission

A 40 page dossier has been prepared by the party headed by Kejriwal that consists Do's and Don'ts to be followed by the election commission.

New Delhi: The AAP core committee is all set to issue a set of “Model code of conduct” guidelines for the Election Commission to follow. After the legislative assembly elections which took place in 5 states, the Aam Aadmi Party under the leadership of Arvind Kejriwal has been skeptical with the kind of statements made by the election commission regarding the campaign of the political parties.

Arvind Kejriwal releasing the model code of conduct for Election Commission.
Arvind Kejriwal releasing the model code of conduct for Election Commission.

One of the AAP spokespersons told Teekhi Mirchi sources, “A 40 page dossier has been prepared by the expert panel of the party headed by Kejriwal. This dossier consists of a list of Do’s and Don’ts to be followed by the election commission”. Certain guidelines include- restriction on reviewing speeches of AAP party members during poll campaigning, strict vigilance conducted by AAP volunteers to ensure that no member of the Election commission meets or gets in touch with Adani or Ambani during a particular span of time. Also, surveillance vans with AAP workers would be around during the polls which would ensure that no member of the EC gets in touch with the media, Congress & BJP members and former expelled AAP leaders like Prashant Bhushan and Yogendra Yadav.”

“After the guidelines are issued officially, it would be passed in the form of a legislation in the Delhi Vidhan Sabha”, the AAP spokesperson added.

Kejriwal has also assured the people that list of guidelines shall be made available on the party website at the earliest, and unlike the list of political funding, this list shall remain permanently on the website. Also, he made it very clear that any displeasure expressed by the Election commission members or any of the political parties with regard to the guidelines being issued shall not be taken up directly with the supreme court or high courts, but with the party help desk online through their website.



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