The pamphlet accused Modi in the context of corruption and also referred to the snooping scandal involving a young woman architect.

The case was registered at Manjalpur police station.

Mistry, however, denied the pamphlet broke any law and claimed it had been vetted by the Election Commission fifteen days ago. He demanded transfer of the District Collector and the city Police Commissioner for their partisan attitude.

Earlier, Mistry along with over 100 other party workers vandalized and replaced the posters of Modi with his own. Mistry had alleged that authorities had shown bias by allocating all the advertisement kiosks on roads of the city to BJP, where Modi's posters were prominently displayed.

Voting in Vadodara will take place on April 30.


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