Rahul Gandhi has directly attacked by tweeting, where the Election Commission announced re-voting at a polling station in Ratabari seat. In fact, the polling team here reached the Strong Room carrying EVMs from the car of the Bharatiya Janata Party candidate, after which violence erupted in Karimganj. However, the members of the team have been dismissed by the Election Commission.
– Rahul Gandhi (@RahulGandhi) April 3, 2021
Polling team sacked for bringing EVM from BJP candidate’s car in Assam, voting will be held again at booth
Apart from this, this tweet of Rahul Gandhi has come when the Election Commission has given relief to BJP leader and Assam Health Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma (BJP leader Himanta Biswa Sarma). Explain that the Commission had imposed a ban on Himanta for 48 hours (Election Campaign Ban) due to the disputed statement, which has now been reduced to 24 hours. This means that Sarma will be able to resume election campaign from Saturday evening. Please tell that the Congress had filed a complaint against Himanta Biswa Sarma in the Election Commission.
The Election Commission of India had sought a reply by sending notice to the Congress’ complaint to Himanta Biswa Sarma (Himanta Biswa Sarma), the BJP’s leader and minister in Assam. The Congress alleges that Himanta has used threatening words against Hagrama Mohilary. Mohilari is the head of the Bodoland People’s Front, which left the BJP and joined the Congress just before the election. The second phase of voting for the Assam Assembly elections took place on April 1.
Assembly Elections 2021, Phase 2 Voting: 82.8 percent in West Bengal, 77.21 percent in Assam
At the same time, the car in which the members of the polling team arrived with EVM was the car of BJP candidate Krishnendu Paul of Patharkandi. Opposition parties have accused the ruling BJP of doing a scam regarding this incident. Regarding this, senior Congress leader Randeep Singh Surjewala has targeted the Election Commission in view of the assembly elections in five states. Surjewala has tweeted a series of questions on this issue, in which he has asked 6 questions from the ECI. He has written that the BJP has been intimidated by the possibility of a possible defeat in the Assam Assembly elections, in which case the “EVM” is the last resort. He further wrote in his tweet – Will the Election Commission reply.
1. Why was the EVM recovered from BJP candidate Krishnendu Paul’s car?
2. Why was the EVM found in a luxury car trunk near Hatipura Polling Station in Diphu, Assam?
3. Why were the officials in Jamunukh taking EVMs without security officers while this is a direct violation of the ECI mandate?
4. Did the voters of Kalaigaon complain about the disappearance of EVMs from the booth? What was the investigation and action taken in this regard?
5. Were some suspected officers found inside the strongroom in Dibrugarh, where the EVM is housed? What steps were taken in this matter?
6. In the second phase, did the 139 polling stations face malfunction with EVM, including Jagirod, Nagaon, Hojai, Neelbagan, Lumding and other places? What action was taken in this matter.
Congress general secretary Priyanka Gandhi has also tweeted in the case of EVMs in the car of a BJP candidate in Assam. He wrote, “What is the script? The Election Commission car broke down, only then a car appeared.” The vehicle turned out to be a BJP candidate. Innocent Election Commission continued to ride in it. What is dear EC, Majra? Can you give the country some clarification on this? ‘
Significantly, in the first phase of Assam assembly elections, votes were cast on Thursday, April 1 under the second phase on March 27. Votes will be cast on April 6 under the third and final phase. There are 126 assembly seats in the state and the main contest is between the BJP and the Congress.
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