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BJP moves EC on Rahul Gandhi's claim of seeing party symbol in God, saint

All India Radio Saturday, 14 January 2017
In Uttar Pradesh, BJP has moved the state Election Commission against Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi following his claims of seeing the Congress' symbol in the photos of gods and saints. A BJP delegation led by former MLC Shayam Nandan Singh, met the Chief Electoral Officer, T Venkatesh in Lucknow yesterday and requested him to take action against the Congress vice president and his party.
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News video: EC Remains Nerve Centre As Both SP Factions Put Point Across

EC Remains Nerve Centre As Both SP Factions Put Point Across 01:24

It’s a hectic situation within SP. EC remains a nerve centre with it being D day for the Samajwadi Party and the future of the party as there are growing fears that the symbol of the party can be frozen. Sources claim that the decision will be taken based on the amount of support, given Netaji...

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