Karnataka Elections 2023: New tension begins for Congress, EC issues notice to the party president, the matter related to Sonia Gandhi
Voting will be held for the assembly elections in Karnataka on May 10 i.e. tomorrow, but before that, a new tension has arisen in front of the Congress and that is that the Election Commission has issued a notice to the party's national president Kharge. To which Kharge has to answer. The difficulties of the party president have increased on the statement of former Congress President Sonia Gandhi on sovereignty.
The Election Commission has issued a notice to Kharge. The Election Commission has issued a notice and sought a reply to Kharge to clarify and rectify a social media post referring to the word 'sovereignty' in the context of the state of Karnataka.
For information, let us tell you that Sonia Gandhi's 'sovereignty' statement was posted on the Twitter handle of the Congress. BJP had complained to the Election Commission in this matter. After which the Election Commission has sought an explanation from Kharge. The Election Commission says that this is a violation of the oath taken by the political parties.