According to AAP leader Yogendra Yadav, the party got the 14 hours of raw footage from the Election Commission and examined it overnight.
The Election Commission of India (EC) has indicated that it could consider redrawing its decades-old Model Code of Conduct to give it more teeth.
A day before the probe was announced, AAP’s total donations stood at Rs 19.1 cr. A significant chunk of the donations continues to come from NRIs.
With exception of BJP, all parties endorsed EC’s suggestion to forbid publishing results of opinion polls from date of notification of elections until polling ends.
The battle for the New Delhi seat has, since then, become one of the most interesting contests in the upcoming assembly elections.
EC sought the video footage of Modi's Chhattisgarh rally to determine whether he indeed described rival Congress’ election symbol as 'khooni panja'.
Former ECs TS Krishnamurthy and N Gopalaswami have told ET that all six national parties, including the BJP, favoured some sort of a ban back then.
The Election Commission’s consultation on whether to ban such polls has seen support pouring in from other stakeholders too.
EC late on Thursday night send show-cause notice to Rahul Gandhi on a complaint filed by BJP against his recent speeches.
Ramdev has often denied any association with BJP, even though he has praised Modi, the party’s prime ministerial candidate.
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