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Amravati: Minister Kodali Nani was shocked by the Election Commission. The state has issued instructions not to speak to media conferences or groups until the 21st of this month, when the final phase of polling ends. Stated that these orders would take effect immediately.

State Election Commissioner Nimmagadda Ramesh Kumar has directed Krishna District Collector, SP and Vijayawada Police Commissioner to implement these orders. A showcause notice was issued to the minister yesterday asking the EC to give an immediate explanation stating that the remarks made against the SEC were objectionable and could tarnish the image of the Election Commission.
State Election Commissioner Nimmagadda Ramesh Kumar has directed Krishna District Collector, SP and Vijayawada Police Commissioner to implement these orders. A showcause notice was issued to the minister yesterday asking the EC to give an immediate explanation stating that the remarks made against the SEC were objectionable and could tarnish the image of the Election Commission.

The minister responded by giving an explanation through his lawyer. He said his remarks were not intentional and that the media conference was held with the intention of exposing the anarchy of the opposition party. He said he had respect for constitutional institutions and would respect the Election Commissioner. Showcase asked to withdraw notice. However, the SEC, which was not satisfied with Nani’s explanation, issued seven-page orders last night.

Commenting on the minister’s explanation, Ramesh Kumar said that he did not refute his remarks and advised them to identify the motives behind them. Nowhere in his description did he see remorse. He said it was part of a deliberate attack on the Election Commission and the commissioner. The minister said the remarks were made on purpose. The Leader of the Opposition, along with the heads of media houses, made objectionable remarks to the SEC, describing them as conspirators.

The minister said that one of the accused had received many honors including Khapadma Vibhushanga and that due respect should be given to such persons who are symbols of racial dignity. Awadh expressed that the minister had commented that he wanted the fall of the CM. He said he would give a lot of respect to the CM and his office.

The minister explained that he had been making objectionable remarks on the Election Commission for the last four and a half months but did not respond. However, Nimmagadda said that making such remarks at a time when elections are now underway risks losing public confidence in the Election Commission and hence action has been taken against the minister.

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