1. MCD polls: In meet at Arvind Kejriwal’s house, ‘faulty EVMs’ dominate agenda, even as MCD loss stares it in face

MCD polls: In meet at Arvind Kejriwal’s house, ‘faulty EVMs’ dominate agenda, even as MCD loss stares it in face

Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) MLAs and other field workers continue to complain about 'faulty EVMs' and 'discrepancies in voter lists' as the issues were raised by party head Arvind Kejriwal along with other leaders at a meeting that took place at the CMs official residence.

By: | New Delhi | Published: April 25, 2017 11:45 AM
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Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) MLAs and other field workers continue to complain about ‘faulty EVMs’ and ‘discrepancies in voter lists’ as the issues were raised by party head Arvind Kejriwal along with other leaders at a meeting that took place at the CMs official residence on Monday. The polling for the Municipal Corporation Delhi (MCD) took place on Sunday, April 23 and the results are scheduled to be declared on Wednesday, April 26. The feedback was given to party chief Arvind Kejriwal by 155 AAP members who oversaw the polling process on the election day.

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According to a party functionary, “Though our observers and volunteers on the ground have been saying that there has been overwhelming support from the voters, nothing can be predicted with the way things are going. The tampering of EVMs has been rampant even now and if the exit polls are to be believed, there is no way to explain such a landslide victory for BJP,” as quoted by the Indian Express. While addressing a gathering of AAP members who oversaw the polling process, Arvind Kejriwal warned about launching a movement if the MCD exit poll results that predicted a sweeping victory for the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) came true. He said that the AAP was born out of a movement and it will not hesitate to go back to its roots.

“I was confident that the four wards in my constituency were easy to win. But the exit polls indicate a clear victory for the BJP. It is unbelievable. In Sarita Vihar, if Congress wins, I will concede. In another ward, there is a direct fight between BSP and AAP. The BJP is not in the picture. Yet if they win, I’d say there is no point in conducting polls. Let BJP win all 272 seats,” Amanatullah Khan who is AAP’s Okhla MLA told Indian Express.

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