This comes days after Deora had refuted Congress Delhi-in charge PC Chacko's statements, blaming late Sheila Dikshit for the party's humiliating performance in the recently held Assembly elections in the national capital.
The results were disappointing for the Congress which ruled the city for 15 years before the advent of AAP. The party had performed better than AAP in the Lok Sabha polls last year.
The leads so far indicate AAP is set to form government with a lead in 57 seats over the BJP's 13. Congress has maintained status quo with its numbers in the last assembly polls: zero.
"Oh God! Lead us from untruth to truth. Take us to light from the darkness. Take us to the sense of immortality from death," Sisodia tweeted in Hindi.
The Delhi CEO added that "the highest voter turnout was recorded in Ballimaran assembly constituency at 71.6 per cent while the lowest voter turnout was recorded in Delhi Cantonment at 45.4 per cent."
The Commission further said in its notice that the video uploaded by the Delhi CM has the potential of disturbing communal harmony and aggravating the existing differences between social and religious communities.
This comes after Thakur had raised the slogans of 'desh Ke gaddaron ko, goli maaro saalon ko' during an election rally in Delhi's Rithala area on January 27.
The JDU vice-President has been critical of the ruling BJP over the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) and had even opposed his own party's move of supporting the bill in Parliament last year.
The ruling AAP has declared names of all 70 candidates for Delhi assembly polls with Chief Minister Kejriwal to contest from New Delhi, a seat he has won twice in the past.
Kejriwal govt is handing out poll sops ahead of the Assembly elections. Today, the CM announced free Wi-Fi in the city with 11,000 hotspots.