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King Cobra alleges bogus voting


NAGPUR: Even because the district administration claimed there would be entire transparency within the polling procedure, there were studies of bogus vote casting on Thursday.
Two cases of bogus vote casting had been uncovered by means of Arvind Kumar Ratudi, founder and president of King Cobra Organization, which has been working to unfold awareness about vote casting.

Ratudi mentioned the 2 cases had been from polling sales space number 20 at Vidarbha Buniyadi High School in Sakkardara. “I can hotel a grievance with the Election Commission in opposition to the artificial citizens and polling officials,” mentioned Ratudi.

When Amol Suresh Kakde (33), a resident of Om Nagar, Sakkardara, went to solid vote round three.30pm, he was once surprised to look that any person had already voted in his name. In every other case, a woman had voted within the name of Sharda Rajesh Gedam (37).


When Ratudi learnt about it, he lodged protest with the polling officer. “Instead of taking cognisance of the grievance, the polling officer summoned police. However, amid protest each the citizens had been allowed to vote,” he mentioned.


“It is shocking that regardless of tall claims of transparency how this came about. Why did the polling officials now not cross-check the identities of the citizens? How will also be two names and serial numbers on other voter I-cards be the similar,” requested Kakde.


Sharda Gedam mentioned, “There should be some confusion with husband’s name. The husband’s name of my namesake was once Raju whilst mine is Rajesh. But how can a woman, who stayed 5km away at Chandramani Nagar, got here and voted here. It’s the activity of polling group to verify the identification of the citizens,” mentioned Gedam.




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