The Election Commission has taken comprehension of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's comments requesting that first-time voters devote their vote to the individuals who completed the air strike in Balakot, and has looked for a report from survey authorities in Maharashtra. 

Sources in the survey board said Tuesday that the boss appointive officer of Maharashtra has been approached to present a report at the most punctual. 

Tending to a rally in Ausa in Mahrashtra's Latur, Modi stated, "Can your first vote be committed to the individuals who did the air strike." 

"I need to tell the first-run through voters: can your first vote be devoted to the veer jawans (valiant officers) who did the air strike in Pakistan). Can your first vote be committed to the veer shaheed (bold saints) of Pulwama (fear assault)," Modi said. 

The report has been looked for with regards to an EC warning issued a month ago requesting that parties halt from enjoying political purposeful publicity including activities of the military. 

"...parties/competitors are exhorted that their campaigners/hopefuls should stop, as a major aspect of their race crusading, from enjoying any political publicity including exercises of barrier powers," the commission had said on March 19.

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