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Speaking to ANI, Vikas Singh said, "I think Election Commission (EC) must step in and say that Congress can't befool people to get votes by promising something constitution can't provide.
Jaipur (Rajasthan) [India], November 19 ( ANI ): Hours after the release date of Sanjay Leela Bhansali-directed 'Padmavati' was deferred, Rajput Karni Sena chief Lokendra Singh Kalvi said it was just a ploy to befool them.
Fraudsters send a fake SMS to the people, informing them that they have won a prize of Rs25,500 or Rs30,000 and then they befool them through tricky ways.
The Leadership also said that by blowing the trumpet of surgical strikes every time BJP can make movies to lure voters, but it can't befool people of Kashmir who are engaged a sacred and genuine struggle that has priceless sacrifices at its back and that the movement to achieve the final goal will be further intensified.
He said the time has already passed when the voters of the megacity were befooled with catchy slogans and false promises.
The Pasban leader said their politics on the issue of separate province is a ploy to complement and supplement one another to befool the sentimental voters of rural and urban areas of Sindh.
It is very interested news appeared in the section of press that the Islamic banking is totally fraud and befool the public in the name of Islamic banking.
He said that the PTI leadership trying to befool the people on the name of austerity and adding that Prime Minister (PM) Imran Khan's bungalow is bigger than PM House residence.
Altaf Shakoor said now when the general elections are coming nearer, cunning politicians like Shahbaz Sharif are trying to exploit the political situation and vacuum in Karachi and befool its voters.
He regretted that the MQM and PPP are once again in cahoots to befool the voters of rural and urban areas of Sindh and exploit their sentiments on the issue of separate province.
He said that PPP and MQM-P were once again spreading hatred and using Sindh and Mohajir cards, respectively, to befool people to win election.
However, he said, the rulers could not befool the masses any more.