"I would be happy if we get 4% vote share. That's about 2 crore votes, not a small thing for a new party," said Yadav.
Karwal is a wellknown officer in Gujarat for his achievement in 2008 when he became the first IPS officer in the country to successfully climb Mount Everest.
EC's decision is in line with its earlier order which clarified that the model code of conduct didn’t extend to matters pertaining to the armed forces.
Lok Sabha Polls 2014: Narendra Modi spends less than Congress' Ajay Rai and AAP's Arvind Kejriwal for campaigning in Varanasi
Modi spent less than a fifth of the amount declared by Cong's Ajay Rai & about a fourth of that incurred by cash-strapped AAP's Kejriwal, according to data available up to May 1.
The Manmohan Singh government, having completed the initial process of naming the Army chief, is waiting for the approval of the Election Commission (EC) before the poll results on May 16 as the opposition BJP is appearing to be softening its stand on the issue.
The video was the biggest controversy that hit the AAP this poll season. The party distanced itself from Ilmi’s comment.
Senior EC officials told ET that the electoral watchdog had received a proposal from the government early this week seeking its assent to the proposed move.
The ongoing Lok Sabha election is on its way to set a record in terms of voter turnout, going by the figures of the six phases of polling so far.
Election Commission is going the extra mile to ensure free and fair polls in some of the most high-profile constituencies.
Lok Sabha polls 2014: Election Commission may not act on complaints against Narendra Modi's Varanasi roadshow
Modi’s roadshow in Varanasi might have left his opponents unhappy, but it’s unlikely that the EC will act on their complaints, said senior officials.
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