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The Election Commission of India has sought a report after Sidhu’s remarks on Muslim votes

New Delhi | The Election Commission of India has sought a report from the district magistrate of Katihar in Bihar after Congress leader Navjot Singh Sidhu appealed to Muslims not to vote for the BJP.

The Election Commission has asked for the transcript of the statement of Navjot Singh and the statement.

Addressing a rally in Balrampur constituency of Bihar, controversial Congress leader Navjot Singh Sidhu had asked all the Muslims to unite and vote, to ensure the victory for Congress.

Sidhu took a dig at AIMIM Chief Asaduddin Owaisi, “Muslim brother, people like Owaisi want to win by dividing the Muslim vote here”

“64% is your (Muslim) population is in majority here and if you will get together and cast your votes, then Modi will be finished,” Sidhu added.


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