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Remove PM's photo, says EC | Modi image on vaccine certificates | Oneindia News

Remove PM's photo, says EC | Modi image on vaccine certificates | Oneindia News

Ahead of the crucial Assembly elections in 4 states and 1 union territory, and amid the ongoing vaccination drive, the Election Commission has asked the centre to remove the PM's photo from vaccine certificates in the places model code of conduct is in place.

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