BJP Violation: Illegal Banners Surface During PM Modi Chennai Roadshow

PM Modi Road Show In Chennai
PM Modi Road Show In Chennai

The Lok Sabha elections in Tamil Nadu and Puducherry will take place on the 19th in a single phase for all 40 constituencies. In contrast to previous elections, the BJP is contesting as a separate coalition, which has led to a four-cornered competition in Tamil Nadu.

In this Lok Sabha Election 2024 it is expected that there will be a heavy competition between the DMK alliance, the AIADMK alliance, the BJP alliance, and the Naam Tamilar Katchi.

In this situation, on April 9, Prime Minister Modi came on a 2-day trip. Prime Minister Modi took a rally in an open vehicle from Panagal Park in Chennai to Pondy Bazaar via Teynampet signal, a distance of about one and a half kilometres.

It has been reported that during Prime Minister Modi's road show in Chennai, there was a violation of election rules. It is alleged that BJP supporters put up illegal advertisement banners in Thyagaraya Nagar. The incident occurred two days ago. The Election Officer filed a complaint, and as a result, Mambalam and Pondu Bazaar police registered a case and started an investigation.