The Gujarat Election Commission has asked the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in the state to drop the word "Pappu" from an electronic advertisement.
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However, the use or word was banned by election commission because indirectly it targets the Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi. Reports state that one of the characters in the advertisement goes by the name "Pappu", and when he visits the grocery store, a staff from the shop says: "Sir pappu bhai aaye lagte hain (seems Pappu has come)", according to PTI. "The BJP is fighting the election under Vijay Rupani and Nitin Patel", Shah said on Network18's Agenda Gujarat program. And the EC has requested the BJP party to remove Pappu word from the campaign ad. The script was submitted to the media committee for approval.
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"Before making any election-related advertisement, we have to submit a script to the committee to get a certificate".
"BJP will win more than 150 seats and once again form the goverment in Gujarat", he declared. Gujarat is witnessing a direct contest between Congress and the BJP with senior leaders of both the parties campaigning in the state.
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Assembly elections in Gujarat will be held in two phases on December 9 and 14.