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    BJP accuses BJD of attempting to breach poll code

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    The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has accused the ruling Biju Janata Dal (BJD) in Odisha of attempting to breach the Model Code of Conduct ahead of the upcoming panchayat polls in the state. The BJP has alleged that the BJD is using government machinery and resources to influence voters in its favour.

    The BJP has claimed that the BJD is distributing cash and gifts among voters, and using government vehicles for election campaigning. The party has also alleged that the ruling party is misusing government funds to organise rallies and meetings. The BJP has demanded strict action against the BJD for violating the Model Code of Conduct.

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    The BJD has dismissed the allegations and accused the BJP of resorting to cheap tactics to gain political mileage. The ruling party has maintained that it is following all the rules and regulations set by the Election Commission, and has urged the BJP to refrain from making baseless allegations. The BJD has also accused the BJP of trying to create a negative image of the state government ahead of the polls.

    In conclusion, the BJP’s allegations against the BJD have once again highlighted the issue of fair play in elections. It is essential for political parties to follow the Model Code of Conduct and not resort to unethical practices to win elections. The Election Commission must ensure that all parties adhere to the rules and regulations, and take strict action against those who violate them. Ultimately, it is up to the voters to make an informed decision based on the policies and track record of the parties, rather than being swayed by gifts and cash incentives.

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    Rajesh M
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