Alleged Violation of Election Code of Conduct Sparks Controversy in Avadi: Trade Union Office Accused of Misuse

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Allegations of misconduct have emerged surrounding the trade union office at the Avadi Metropolitan Transport Corporation (MTC) in Tamil Nadu, sparking controversy ahead of the upcoming elections. The office, despite the closure and sealing of legislative premises in accordance with the election code of conduct, stands accused of flouting regulations.

Sources reveal that the trade union office prominently displays photographs of political leaders, a direct violation of electoral guidelines mandating the removal of such imagery during the election period. Additionally, it is alleged that Rajkumar, purportedly a trade union leader, has been exploiting the office for illicit activities disguised as trade union operations. Daily reports suggest a pattern of misuse, casting doubts on the integrity of the electoral process and the responsible use of public resources.

Adding to the complexity of the situation, there are accusations against Yuvraj, the Acting Branch Manager, of involvement in these purported activities. Outraged residents and concerned citizens demand immediate action from authorities to address these apparent breaches of the election code of conduct.

Calls for an urgent investigation into the matter have intensified, with demands for the temporary closure of the office pending a thorough inquiry. Preserving the integrity of the electoral process and ensuring fair governance are paramount concerns, necessitating proactive measures from the Avadi Metropolitan Transport Corporation (MTC).

As the controversy unfolds, residents and stakeholders anxiously await updates and assurances of accountability from relevant authorities. Stay tuned for further developments on this unfolding situation.

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