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Now the allegations of violation of the election code of conduct on TV serials!

Tuesday - April 9, 2019 2:04 pm , Category : WTN SPECIAL
Congress charges of violating of the election code of conduct on some TV serials
Congress charges of violating of the election code of conduct on some TV serials

"Bhabiji Ghar Par Hain!", "Kundali Bhagya" and "Tujhse Hai Rabta" TV serials on the target of the Congress!

APR 09 (WTN) – In the world's largest democracy, India, the campaign for Lok Sabha elections is on extreme mode. All the political parties, including the ruling BJP in the center, are busy in campaigning in respective ways. The political parties are complaining about the violation of the Code of Conduct to the Election Commission from time to time. But now allegations of the violation of the Code of Conduct are also being felt on the TV serials!

You must have been surprised by reading above written lines, but it is true that now the TV serials have been accused of violating the Election Code of Conduct. Congress, winning the 44 seats in the last Lok Sabha elections, has alleged that some TV serials are promoting the programs of the Central Government. Presenting the evidence with these allegations, the Maharashtra Congress has complained to the Election Commission.

The Congress has alleged that the serials “Bhabiji Ghar Par Hain!” (& TV) as well as "Kundali Bhagya" (ZEE TV) and "Tujhse Hai Rabta" (ZEE TV) are promoting the programs of Central Government. The Maharashtra Congress says that the Chief Election Commissioner has told that they will send a notice to all to keep them to put their side. Now the Congress is awaiting the action of the Election Commission, that what action does the EC take?

The Congress, which accused the promotions of Central Government schemes in TV serials, says that this whole case is a theoretically linked to paid news. According to the Congress, if a political party has to print or show something in the campaign at the time of election, it has to be approved by the Election Commission, and the EC verifies the expenditure on this campaign. The Congress has alleged that if BJP is campaigning through TV serials, then the party has not taken any permission from the Election Commission about this type of promotion.

The Congress says that these TV serials’ characters are promoting the Central Government's ‘Mudra Yojna’ and ‘Swachh Bharat mission’. At the same time, Congress says that the credit of these schemes and missions being fully credited to the existing Central Government and Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

Congress has an objection that in an episode of the serial "Bhabi Ji Ghar Par Haa”, the serial character, Manmohan Tiwari, scolds Tillu, Tika and Malkhan for spreading the mess. Manmohan Tiwari says, "You people have kept dirty the entire Kanpur city. Clean India campaign was stalled due to the lack of awareness. Today, the campaign has again become active due to a energetic leader."

In the episode of TV serial "Tujhse Hai Rabta", one of the characters of the serial is talking about the Central Government's ‘Mudra Yojna’. The show's character, Kalyani Deshmukh, is telling the partner character Alia Deshmukh, "To promote your small business under the Mudra Yojna, you will get a loan of up to Rs 10 lakhs. More than 1.5 million people have received this loan in the country."

The Congress party has the objection that these TV serials are promoting the Central Government’s schemes. But it may be that Congress' objection is baseless because whatever is shown in the TV serials is a part of our society. In the society, there is a talk about the ‘Swachh Bharat Abhiyan’ and the ‘Mudra Yojna’, if the same discussion is being shown in the TV serials, then there is a question mark on the Congress's objection.

At the same time, it may be that the Congress’ allegations are correct that the BJP is propagating through TV serials. Now it is interested to see what answer the producers and the directors give to the Election Commission about the allegations of promoting the Central Governments’ schemes in their TV serials. If the Election Commission thinks that this whole case is a violation of the Election Code of Conduct and the case is of Paid News, then the Commission can take strict action against the BJP and the producer-director of the TV serials found guilty.