Suvendu alleges that Evms changed before counting in Bengal By-polls, Tmc Trashes Claim – Bengal By-polls


News Desk, Amar Ujala, Kolkata

Published by: Mukesh Kumar Jha
Updated Sun, Nov 7, 2021 10:50 PM M. IST

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The official stated that the Electronic Voting Machines (EVM) were replaced before the vote counting in four seats of the assembly.

Suvendu Adhikari
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The leader of the Opposition in the Bengal Assembly and BJP MLA Suvendu Adhikari on Sunday accused the TMC of changing the EVM. The official stated that the Electronic Voting Machines (EVM) were replaced before the vote counting in four seats of the assembly. Voting in all these seats took place on October 30, while its results were declared on November 2, in which TMC won all four seats. The official wondered how it happened, claiming that in some booths, the number of votes polled by the BJP was lower than that of the voters of the families of party leaders and workers. The ruling TMC, however, dismissed the officer’s accusations as unfounded, saying that the by-elections were held under the Electoral Commission and the counting of votes was carried out amid tight security by force personnel. central.

At a function held in Kolkata, Suvendu Adhikari said that the EVMs were replaced in four assembly seats before the vote counting. If not, how can Subrata Mandal in Gosaba and Udayan Guha in Dinhata win by such a large margin? Guha won the Dinhata by-elections by a record margin of 1.64 lakh, while Mandal beat Gosaba by 1.43 lakh of votes. TMC’s Braja Kishore Goswami defeated his closest BJP rival in Shantipur by 64,675 votes, while Kharda Assembly Constituency Minister of State Sovandeb Chattopadhyay defeated the BJP candidate by a margin of 93,832 votes.

TMC got 478 votes and BJP got eight at the Shantipur College booth. There are 20 BJP workers in that position and the total number of voters in their families is 92. At a booth in Gosaba, a leader’s family has eight votes, but the BJP only got one vote. How is this possible?’

At the same time, TMC state spokesman Kunal Ghosh said the officer’s accusations make no sense. The by-elections were held under the supervision of the Electoral Commission, he said. The vote count was carried out amid strict security measures by the Central Force personnel. The authorities are fabricating such absurd stories. After the by-elections, TMC’s strength in the state assembly increased to 217, while that of the BJP was reduced to 75.

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The leader of the Opposition in the Bengal Assembly and BJP MLA Suvendu Adhikari on Sunday accused the TMC of changing the EVM. The official stated that the Electronic Voting Machines (EVM) were replaced before the vote counting in four seats of the assembly. Voting in all these seats took place on October 30, while its results were declared on November 2, in which TMC won all four seats. The official wondered how it happened, claiming that in some booths, the number of votes polled by the BJP was lower than that of the voters of the families of party leaders and workers. The ruling TMC, however, dismissed the officer’s accusations as unfounded, saying that the by-elections were held under the Electoral Commission and the counting of votes was carried out amid tight security by force personnel. central.

At a function held in Kolkata, Suvendu Adhikari said that the EVMs were replaced in four assembly seats before the vote counting. If not, how can Subrata Mandal in Gosaba and Udayan Guha in Dinhata win by such a large margin? Guha won the Dinhata by-elections by a record margin of 1.64 lakh, while Mandal beat Gosaba by 1.43 lakh of votes. TMC’s Braja Kishore Goswami defeated his closest BJP rival in Shantipur by 64,675 votes, while Kharda Assembly Constituency Minister of State Sovandeb Chattopadhyay defeated the BJP candidate by a margin of 93,832 votes.

TMC got 478 votes and BJP got eight at the Shantipur College booth. There are 20 BJP workers in that position and the total number of voters in their families is 92. At a booth in Gosaba, a leader’s family has eight votes, but the BJP only got one vote. How is this possible?’

On the other hand, TMC state spokesman Kunal Ghosh said the officer’s accusations make no sense. The by-elections were held under the supervision of the Electoral Commission, he said. The vote count was carried out amid strict security measures by the Central Force personnel. The authorities are fabricating such absurd stories. After the by-elections, TMC’s strength in the state assembly increased to 217, while that of the BJP was reduced to 75.




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