Case of defeat by 1 vote in Badnawar: BJP candidate Dharmendra Sharma demanded zero elections by applying to the returning officer, accused of fake voting
July 22nd 2022, 11:27 am
The case of victory victory in ward number 8 of the city council Badnavar by one vote is not stopping. BJP candidate Dharmendra Sharma, who lost by one vote in the ward, today applied to Returning Officer Virendra Katare and demanded zero elections to the ward. Which was declared concluded on 17 July. In Ward 8, many voters whose names were registered in other wards and some voters of rural areas whose names were written in ward 8, but many voters also voted in other wards of the city, thus two separate days in a single day Voters voted in different wards. Due to which the election results of the ward were affected. The result here is only 01 votes. Due to the error full voter list, many voters cheated and double voting. Under Section 51 of the same Act, there is a provision of fine and one year punishment for the name of the voter list at 02 places. Complete documents which have double voting. The Election Commission is safe. Sharma demanded to cancel the election of Ward 8 and stop the results as long as the action is complete. It is noteworthy that in the case of similar fraud, the Election Commission in 1994 to take charge to the then Chairman Sitabai by the Election Commission by the Election Commission. It was stopped from. In which Panwar got 341 votes and Sharma got 340 votes. In such a situation, Panwar won elections by just 1 vote. Copyright © 2022-23 DB corp ltd., All rights reservedthis website follows the DNPA Code of Ethics.