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Complaints filed by Ramesh Chennithala will be examined
Thiruvananthapuram: Opposition leader Ramesh Chennithala’s allegation that multiple votes were added in one person’s name is not fully resolved, election officials said. Double votes cannot be canceled and a new voter list cannot be published before the vote. At the same time, the complaint will be examined. If it is found that there are double votes, one will be retained and the excess will be frozen.
The list of dual votes will be prepared at the booth level and given to the Presiding Officer. All it does is give instructions to make sure there is no multiple voting. However, even if it is found to be a double vote, no action can be taken against the Presiding Officer if it is not caught. If caught, the voter will be charged with conspiracy to commit electioneering.
Coup and technical problem
Planned effort and technical issues can result in duplicate votes. Booth level officers can be removed if they find more than one vote in the same name. However, with political interest, B.C. L.O. If it works, it will not work.
When voting online it is sometimes shown as ‘application not accepted’. Rejected applications are sometimes recorded in the official account of the Election Commission. However, without knowing it, the voter will provide the information again. This can lead to multiple identification cards and double entries in the voter list.
The voter does not need to know that a voter’s name is being repeated systematically. Add in the name of strangers or non-political people. This is to avoid the eyes of the opponents. The real voter will vote for him. Double votes will be cast by someone else.
The Leader of the Opposition handed over more information
Opposition leader Ramesh Chennithala also handed over information on voter list irregularities in nine constituencies in eight districts to the Election Commission. Thavanur had the highest number of fake voters in the constituencies given on Thursday. 4395 people. Koothuparambu (2795), Kannur (1743), Kalpetta (1795), Chalakudy (2063), Perumbavoor (2286), Udumbanchola (1168), Vaikom (1605) and Adoor (1283) were also affected. Chennithala said that it was pointing to a big conspiracy for fraudulent votes.
Report within two days -Chief Election Officer
: Chief Electoral Officer Tikaram Meena has directed district election officials to conduct inspections in more districts on complaints of issuing multiple voter identification cards to one person. Kannur, Wayanad, Malappuram, Palakkad, Thrissur, Ernakulam, Idukki, Kottayam, Pathanamthitta district election officials have been directed to inspect Kasargod, Kozhikode, Alappuzha, Kollam and Thiruvananthapuram districts on Wednesday to check whether there was a deliberate attempt to register multiple names.
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