FIR lodged against Modi for poll code violation

The BJP prime ministerial candidate faced the EC’s action for displaying his party’s election symbol ‘Lotus’ and making a speech after casting his vote in Gandhinagar.

April 30, 2014 07:40 pm | Updated November 16, 2021 07:18 pm IST - Ahmedabad/New Delhi

BJP PM candidate and Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi clicks his own photo after casting his vote at a polling station in Ahmedabad on Wednesday. An FIR has been registered against him for displaying his party's symbol, 'Lotus'.

BJP PM candidate and Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi clicks his own photo after casting his vote at a polling station in Ahmedabad on Wednesday. An FIR has been registered against him for displaying his party's symbol, 'Lotus'.

An FIR was lodged against Narendra Modi by the Gujarat police on Wednesday following an order of the Election Commission which held that he violated the model code.

In an embarrassment for him, the BJP prime ministerial candidate faced the EC’s action for displaying his party’s election symbol ‘Lotus’ and making a speech after casting his vote in Gandhinagar.

“We have complied with the Election Commission’s order. We have filed FIRs and we have given the compliance report to the EC, Commissioner of Police, Ahmedabad, Shivanand Jha told reporters.

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