In Assam, the BJP faced a backlash. The Election Commission has hunted down party key leader and star campaigner Himanta Vishwa Sharma for two days. Prohibited from participating in the campaign. Issued notices on Friday. It has been clarified that it will come into effect from Friday night. Himanta Vishwa Sharma warned at a recent meeting that Bodoland leader Hungrama Mohilari should not be jailed.
He said the case of the weapons seized by the police in Kokrajhar was handed over to the NIA. He commented that no one in the Bodoland area, including Hungrama, would tolerate the creation of disturbances. Two days after this, Congress leaders lodged a complaint with the Election Commission against Sharma. He said he had publicly threatened to send Mohilari to jail. He was asked to take immediate action against him in this regard. After examining this, the Election Commission issued show cause notices to Sharma.
Easy was not satisfied with the answer given by Himanta in this regard. It decided to impose a two-day ban. In Assam, which has 126 seats, the first phase of polling was completed on March 27 and the second phase on April 1. The third phase of polling will take place on April 6. The results will be released on May 2.