Amit Shah phone call case: Jairam Ramesh trapped? Mahesh Jethmalani demanded action

Lok Sabha Elections 2024: Will Election Commission take action against Congress leader Jairam Ramesh or will he get 7 days time? The question is yet to be answered, but senior advocate Mahesh Jethmalani has demanded appropriate action from the Election Commission against Jairam Ramesh, posting on X, Mahesh Jethmalani said that Jairam Ramesh has deliberately thrown mud on our electoral system. In such a situation the Election Commission should take appropriate action against them.

Mahesh Jethmalani wrote, “Jairam Ramesh has failed to comply with the Election Commission’s limits at that time. The Election Commission had directed his 150 DMs to present evidence of hooliganism. Jairam had 7 to do this. It is clear that Jairam Ramesh when he did this He had no evidence when he made the unbelievable claim and is delaying a deliberate attempt to discredit our electoral system.

What is the matter?
Jairam Ramesh had posted on X on June 1, alleging that Home Minister Amit Shah had called and threatened district officials on June 4 before the counting of votes. A day later on Sunday, the Election Commission (EC) said no official had reported any kind of “undue pressure”. The commission sought details from Congress leader Ramesh in support of his allegation by 6 pm on June 3, so that action could be taken.

In a post on X, Jairam Ramesh said, “The outgoing Home Minister has been talking to the District Collector on phone since this morning. So far 150 officers have been interviewed. This attempt to openly threaten officials is extremely shameful and unacceptable. Remember that democracy works on commands, not threats. According to the June 4 order, Narendra Modi, Amit Shah and BJP will be out of power and Bharat Janbandhan will be victorious. Officials should not come under any pressure and protect the constitution. They are under surveillance.

The Election Commission said this
After this, the Election Commission in a letter to Jairam Ramesh said, “In this context, it may be noted that during the period of applicability of the Model Code of Conduct, all officers are considered on deputation of the Commission and are not responsible for any instructions.” Report directly to the Commission. However, none of the DMs reported any undue influence. So, being a responsible, experienced and very senior leader of a national party, you have to submit those 150 details. Such calls are allegedly made by the DM (who has been designated as the Home Minister) along with all the facts to be shared with the Election Commission by 6 pm on June 2, 2024, so that appropriate action can be taken. “

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