Ever since the news about Narendra Modi being denied permission for holding a rally in Varanasi, the hashtag #VaranasiBlock has been trending on twitter. While some people are accusing BJP of causing a high voltage drama outside the Banaras Hindu University, others are miffed with the Election Commission for not allowing Modi to rally.
— Pankaaj Maalde (@PankaajMaalde) May 8, 2014
Hey EC. Why don't you also put a candidate against Modi in Varanasi? If you want to stop him, come out clear. #VaranasiBlock
— Nitesh Mishra (@niteshmishra_) May 8, 2014
— Pavan kumar (@PaOne534) May 8, 2014
— S.Kesar (@JammuAurKashmir) May 8, 2014
— Nikhil Chaurasia (@wenikhil) May 8, 2014
— Anand Agarwal (@anandkag) May 8, 2014
— Neeraj Jalheria (@Neo_The1) May 8, 2014
#VaranasiBlock EC shame on u...the entire world is watching ur full support to Congress n SP. Shamed India in front of the entire world.
— Priyanka (@PriyankaBagaria) May 8, 2014
Not really sure who ever advising Cong and its lapdog, is helping Cong's interest or harming? #VaranasiBlock
— Manoj Agarwal (@manojkagarwal) May 8, 2014
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