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Thursday, April 15, 2021

Ruckus over finding EVM in a car in Karimganj, Assam, Rahul Gandhi raises questions on BJP and Election Commission

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Raman Jha, New Delhi: Political violence has intensified when EVMs were found in the BJP candidate’s car in Assam. In this case, where the Election Commission has taken strict action, 4 polling officers have been suspended. At the same time, the opposition has made it an issue. Rahul Gandhi has targeted the BJP for this. Rahul Gandhi has raised questions by tweeting on this matter. Rahul Gandhi wrote in his tweet that ‘EC’s car is bad, BJP’s intentions are bad, democracy is bad!’

However, the Commission has said that the electronic voting machine is completely safe and the seal is well maintained. But the politics on this issue does not seem to be decreasing. Regarding this incident, Congress leader Priyanka Gandhi Vadra said that the Election Commission should take decisive action on such complaints. The Congress General Secretary said that the use of EVM needs by all national parties should be reevaluated.

Let me tell you that on April 1, voting was also held in Karimganj in the second phase of the assembly elections in Assam. In the night, seeing the EVM in the BJP candidate’s vehicle, people created a ruckus. According to the Election Commission statement on the incident, polling officials took a lift in another car passing by after the government car broke down. Later it was revealed that this vehicle belonged to the BJP candidate. It is being told that this car belongs to BJP candidate Krishnendu Paul from Patharkandi.

According to the initial report received by the Election Commission from the DM, the polling party car broke down in the middle of the way, after which the presiding officer urged a vehicle passing by the way to the district headquarters, the vehicle was bringing them, the polling party Initially, he did not know that the train in which he is taking the lift is the car of the BJP MLA and the party candidate in the current election.


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