The Election Commission on Thursday barred Union Minister Anurag Thakur from campaigning in the Delhi Assembly polls for three days and BJP MP Parvesh Verma for four days for their controversial remarks.
The ban came into force from 5 pm on Thursday.
The EC said the decision was taken as it was not satisfied with their respective replies to the show-cause notices.
Verma on Tuesday said what happened in Kashmir with Kashmiri Pandits could happen in Delhi, warning that lakhs of anti-Citizenship Amendment Act protesters in Shaheen Bagh could enter homes to rape and kill women.
During an election rally in New Delhi, Thakur egged on the crowd to raise an incendiary slogan -- 'shoot the traitors' -- after he lashed out at anti-CAA protesters.
Reacting to the ban, Verma said he respected the EC's decision.
"I respect the Election Commission's decision to ban me for campaigning for Delhi elections for 96 hours. I assure that I will not involve in campaigning for 96 hours. However afterwards I will resume campaigning with full strength," he said in a video message posted on his Facebook page.
In another message earlier, he however, urged the Election Commission to reconsider the ban on him, saying the poll panel should instead ban Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and his deputy Manish Sisodia who supported the Shaheen Bagh protest.
The EC orders said Thakur and Verma would continue to be off the list of of BJP's star campaigners for the Delhi Assembly polls.
In his reply to the show cause notice, Thakur told the EC that he had only said 'desh ke gaddaron ko' (traitors of the country) and it was the crowd which responded.
He maintained he had no intention to create or promote enmity between people.
Thakur had sought a personal appearance before the Commission, a plea which was rejected.
The EC said the BJP leader made undesirable and objectionable statement which had the tone and tenor to aggravate existing differences.
It barred Thakur from holding public rallies, meetings, giving interviews, making utterances in print, electronic and social media for 72 hours (three days) beginning 5 pm on Thursday.
Verma has been barred from campaigning for 96 hours (four days) for his interview in which he made remarks on Shaheen Bagh and a statement on removing mosques at an election meeting in Vikas Puri on January 28.
In his reply, Verma said his remarks on Shaheen Bagh protesters were in response to a question in an interview and were misrepresented by the media.
He also said his statement on removal of mosques was in context of removing illegal encroachments from government lands.
Like Thakur, Verma too had sought a personal hearing before the poll panel. But it was rejected.
On January 25, BJP candidate from Model Town Kapil Mishra was barred from campaigning for 48 hours for inflammatory tweets.
One of the tweets was removed by Twitter and a first information report was logded against on the directions of the EC.