Collector Commissioner saluted the Union flag: Congress raised questions, Vivek Tankha wrote on Twitter – How will fair elections be held in such a situation?

Sudhir Dandotia, Bhopal. There has been a political uproar in the state over the presence of the collector and the commissioner in the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) program in Satna district of Madhya Pradesh. The Congress has questioned the presence of Collector Anurag Verma and Municipal Commissioner Rajesh Shahi. Senior Congress leader and Rajya Sabha MP has questioned the impartiality of both the officers by posting photos of them saluting the Sangh flag.

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Congress MP Vivek Tankha posted the photo on Twitter on Sunday. In which Satna Collector and Municipal Corporation Commissioner are seen standing with Rashtriya Swayamsevaks saluting the Sangh flag. The MP wrote – Satna collector and municipal commissioner’s picture of saluting the flag by participating in the RSS program in Satna!! With such relationships, how will public officials be able to conduct fair elections. @ECISVEEP Election Commission of India should keep all such officers away from election related preparations. @digvijaya_28 He has also tagged Congress leader Digvijay Singh and MP Congress.

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