ECI issues notice against Computer Baba for fanning communal sentiments


The Election Commission of India (ECI) issued a notice to the Congress supporter Namdas Rao Tyagi, popularly known as ‘Computer baba’ after Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) filed a complaint against him that he was fanning communal sentiments while campaigning for Congress leader Digvijay Singh. Election Commission has asked computer baba to reply within 24 hours.

District collector of Bhopal Sudam Pandharinath Khade ordered an inquiry to investigate if permission was granted to Namdas Rao Tyagi to organize the three-day camp along with Digvijay Singh and other saints in Bhopal parliamentary constituency ahead of the ongoing Lok Sabha elections. Khade also sought a probe on the cost of the event as well as the role of Congress leader and candidate from Bhopal parliamentary constituency Digvijaya Singh.

Namdas Tyagi said that the Maha Yagna was performed as a form of ‘Hat Yoga’ to ensure Digvijay-s win in the Lok Sabha elections. He also accused the BJP os fooling the community and the people and appealing the public to cast vote for them in the name of Ayodhya mandir.


Digvijay Singh addresses Bhopal roadshows with hundreds of Sadhus and Seers and urges for vote on ‘Ram Mandir’ issue

The rally of hundreds of sadhus before 2 days left for the campaigning to end for the 6th phase of Lok Sabha elections this seems to be big Digvijay’s counter strike using the saffron color and a bit of religion to influence the people of Bhopal.

The sadhu walks through the narrow lanes of old Bhopal and continues to appeal to people to vote for Congress leader Digvijay to protect the goals and tradition of communal harmony.

Digvijay Singh is contesting the elections in Bhopal parliamentary constituency against BJP’s Sadhvi Pragya Singh Thakur.

Bhopal will go to polls in the sixth phase of the Lok Sabha elections on May 12. The results will be announced on May 23.



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