NCP spokesperson Nawab Malik dubs PM Modi’s post voting ‘roadshow’ as “farewell procession”

The NCP took a dig at PM Narendra Modi over his alleged road show after casting his vote in Gujarat, terming it as his “farewell procession” on completion of “unsuccessful” five years of his term

NCP national spokesperson Nawab Malik
NCP national spokesperson Nawab Malik

PTI

The NCP on Wednesday took a dig at Prime Minister Narendra Modi over his alleged road show after casting his vote in Gujarat, terming it as his "farewell procession" on completion of "unsuccessful" five years of his term.

NCP national spokesperson Nawab Malik also shared a photograph of Modi waving at the crowd, apparently after casting his vote in Gujarat on Tuesday.

“Farewell procession of Mr #Modi. People bidding farewell to Modi ji after his completion of an unsuccessful 5 year term where he failed to deliver as #PM. #ByeByeModi,”Malik said in sarcastic tweet.

The opposition parties, particularly the Congress, raised the issue, alleging it was violation of the model code of conduct.

The Congress on Tuesday moved the Election Commission, alleging Modi took out a "road show" after casting his vote and made political remarks, violating the model code of conduct.

It also called for imposing a campaign ban for two to three days on him for being an "uncaring offender".

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