More votes called into question – BDC candidate complained about votes

More voting in question
Shamli, Kandhala. Madan, a BDC member candidate, has sent a letter to the State Election Commission and DM calling for action on a booth and asking questions about whether more than 100 percent of the vote should be cast when the votes are counted.
On Tuesday, Madan BDC, a resident of Rampur Khedi, said in a complaint to the State Electoral Commission, Lucknow and the district judge that Kandhla was a candidate from station number 56 of the Panchayat area of ​​the block he was in the polling ring to get. On the other hand, Vinod Kumar was a candidate from the number 57 ward of the Kshetra Panchayat member, in which he also had the voting stamp ring. There was a vote of the # 09 and 10 parishes of Rampur Kheri village in the # 56 Kshetra Panchayat parish and the # 11 parish of Rampur Khedi in the 57 Kshetra Panchayat parish.
In station # 56, the ballot box of station # 9 and # 10 of Rampur Khedi village and station # 11 of 57 of Kshetra Panchayat member was the same. During the vote, 216 out of 311 votes were polled in districts # 9 and 10 of Rampur Khedi, and 126 votes were cast in 168 in districts # 11 that were on the same vote. It is alleged that when the votes held on May 2 were counted, only 173 votes were shown in stations 09 and 10. While station number 11 shows 169 voices. The total vote in station number 11 is 168. In this case, more than 100 percent of the polls were shown on the station. While 173 votes were cast instead of 216 in districts 09 and 10, this is 43 fewer than the votes cast. In such a situation, he fears that the candidate of the Kshetra Panchayat member 57 was given 43 votes of the No. 09 community and 10 of his Kshetra Panchayat member 56. He has called for action on this matter.

More voting in question

Shamli, Kandhala. Madan, a BDC member candidate, has sent a letter to the State Election Commission and DM calling for action on a booth and asking questions about whether more than 100 percent of the vote should be cast when the votes are counted.

On Tuesday, Madan BDC, a resident of Rampur Khedi, said in a complaint to the State Electoral Commission, Lucknow and the district judge that Kandhla was a candidate from station number 56 of the Panchayat area of ​​the block he was in the polling ring to get. On the other hand, Vinod Kumar was a candidate from the number 57 ward of the Kshetra Panchayat member, in which he also had the voting stamp ring. There was a vote of the # 09 and 10 parishes of Rampur Kheri village in the # 56 Kshetra Panchayat parish and the # 11 parish of Rampur Khedi in the 57 Kshetra Panchayat parish.

In station # 56, the ballot box of station # 9 and # 10 of Rampur Khedi village and station # 11 of 57 of Kshetra Panchayat member was the same. During the vote, 216 out of 311 votes were polled in districts # 9 and 10 of Rampur Khedi, and 126 votes were cast in 168 in districts # 11 that were on the same vote. It is alleged that when the votes held on May 2 were counted, only 173 votes were shown in stations 09 and 10. While station number 11 shows 169 voices. The total vote in station number 11 is 168. In this case, more than 100 percent of the polls were shown on the station. While 173 votes were cast instead of 216 in districts 09 and 10, this is 43 fewer than the votes cast. In such a situation, he fears that the candidate of the Kshetra Panchayat member 57 was given 43 votes of the No. 09 community and 10 of his Kshetra Panchayat member 56. He has called for action on this matter.

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