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AP’s mass vote deletion probe hits roadblock


HYDERABAD: Andhra Pradesh police’s Special Investigation Team probing the mass (vote) deletion software circumstances has hit a roadblock due to non-availability of Internet Protocol (IP) addresses from where the applications have been uploaded.


Election Commission government have written to the investigators stating that it was once now not technically conceivable to supply IP addresses of those who uploaded the Form-7 applications. Around 45 First Information Reports (FIR) have been registered in Andhra Pradesh after round 13 lakh Form-7 applications have been filed for deletion of votes even though in many circumstances the persons have been current.


The FIRs have been booked beneath prison conspiracy, cheating and several different sections of the IPC, the Representation of People Act and the Information Technology Act. The election government had written to C-DAC for the IP addresses. However, the IP addresses may just now not be equipped due to technical reasons.


An SIT officer said, “Unless we trace out IP location, it is not conceivable to spot and fasten up individuals who have been concerned within the mass deletion of votes.”


Around 45 First Information Reports (FIR) have been registered in Andhra Pradesh after round 13 lakh Form-7 applications have been filed for deletion of votes even though in many circumstances the persons have been current.


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