Out of 100 forms, 58 were filled with wrong details, says Abhishek Manu Singhvi (Photo: File)
The Congress leader PL Punia on Saturday met the Election Commission and suggested to ensure a secured counting process, news agency ANI reported. PL Punia alleged that some unidentified persons with laptops and mobiles were seen around the strong room which is not allowed. Abhishek Manu Singhvi, Manish Tewari, Vivek Tankha, TS Singh Dev, Pranav Jha, Ashok Dhahariya were also the part of the Congress delegation.
PL Punia, Congress after a meeting with EC: As voting is over in #Chhattisgarh, we've suggested EC to ensure a secured counting process&firm security measures for EVMs&strong room,as unidentified persons with laptops&mobiles were seen around the strong room which is not allowed. pic.twitter.com/RVAcfJiO3q— ANI (@ANI) December 1, 2018
Congress leader Abhishek Manu Singhvi said, that we have informed the Election Commission about a polling booth in Saharanpur, UP where process of deletion of names is being misused. Out of 100 forms, 58 were filled with wrong details. This may cause a difference of 16000 votes in Saharanpur. It can change poll results, he said.
A Singhvi,Congress after meeting EC:We've informed EC about a polling booth in Saharanpur,UP, where process of deletion of names is being misused.Out of 100 forms, 58 were filled with wrong details.This may cause difference of 16000 votes in Saharanpur. It can change poll results pic.twitter.com/HfDi71Hte3— ANI (@ANI) December 1, 2018
Earlier, a controversy has broken out in Madhya Pradesh over the delay in EVMs reaching the strong rooms in Sagar on Friday, a full 48 hours after voting ended in the state elections on Wednesday.
"In Madhya Pradesh home minister's area, EVMs were deposited using a bus without a registration plate, 48 hours after polling. Is this a conspiracy by the government to ensure a BJP win?" the Madhya Pradesh Congress tweeted.
Sensing a defeat in Madhya Pradesh & Chattisgarh, some are indulging in desperate measures by attempting to tamper with EVM’s in strong rooms— Ahmed Patel (@ahmedpatel) December 1, 2018
Urge the EC to investigate & take concrete action pic.twitter.com/y7QMD3MKqd