The Mumbai Congress chief also said being in continuous election mode is a roadblock to good governance and distracts politicians from addressing real issues.
Deora, who is contesting from Mumbai South seat, alleged that he had received "very shocking" feedback about such possibility.
The EC said that Deora, Congress candidate from South Mumbai, violated the provisions of the model code in his Zaveri Bazaar speech on April 2.
Nearly 55.86 per cent voting was recorded in Maharashtra (17 seats), 59.02 per cent Bihar (five seats) and 64.38 per cent Jharkhand (3 seats), the Election Commission said.
In a statement, Deora said Mumbaikars should ask why the prime minister is encouraging those who insult the armed forces and brave police.
This comes two days after the Maharashtra State Election had asked LT Marg police to file an FIR against Deora after his comments on the Jain community were found false and religiously sensitive.
On April 4, Deora, while addressing an event at Zhaveri Bazar, accused Shiv Sena of hurting religious sentiments of Jain followers.
The video also shows shopkeepers, residents and industrialists such as Kotak Mahindra Bank's Uday Kotak openly endorsing the Congress leader, who is also a former Union minister.
Deora, who was last month appointed Mumbai Regional Congress Committee chief replacing Sanjay Nirupam, also said the Congress' Mumbai unit was united and fighting for one cause.
Nirupam, a former Shiv Sena leader, had taken charge as Mumbai Regional Congress Committee (MRCC) president in March 2015.