Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) legislator from Central Gujarat's Fatepura constituency Ramesh Katara has claimed that Prime Minister Narendra Modi is watching every polling booth through closed-circuit television network.
Campaigning for BJP candidate and sitting MP Jashwantsinh Bhabhor in the Scheduled Tribe seat of Dahod, Katara added: "He (Modi) would watch sitting in Delhi and if BJP gets less votes from a particular booth, the area will get less government grants."
A video of the election meeting has been making rounds on the social media.
"We hope the Election Commission takes impartial action against the BJP MLA and ensure free and fair elections are held in Gujarat," Doshi said.
On April 6, BJP's Waghodia MLA Madhu Srivastava had threatened the voters with "dire consequences" if they did not vote for the BJP.
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