Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal wrote a letter of complaint to the Election Commission about BJP.
Delhi’s CM Arvind Kejriwal wrote a letter to the Election Commission about the removal of the name from the voter list and attacked the BJP with a fierce attack.
New Delhi: Delhi’s CM Arvind Kejriwal wrote a letter to the Election Commission about the removal of the name from the voter list and attacked the BJP with a fierce attack. In a letter written to Chief Election Commissioner OP Rawat, Arvind Kejriwal said that on the say of BJP, the names of millions of voters are being removed in the National Capital Region. He also sought time from Rawat to talk in this matter.
Kejriwal wrote in the letter, “We have come to our notice that the names of millions of voters have been removed after the last assembly elections in Delhi. Most names have been deleted maliciously. To remove the name, the process in the law was not followed. Arvind Kejriwal said whether BJP wants to win such elections. The CM has also demanded to reconnect the names that have been bitten.
Kejriwal alleged that this could have been done by some officers on the say of the BJP to prevent voters from voting. He said, ‘It seems a big scam. Its impact on democracy is serious. ‘ Kejriwal demanded a transparent inquiry by the Election Commission in a time-bound manner.