Election Commission Orders Repolling in Many States Polling booths
Lok Sabha Election 2019: 7th and final phase of Lok Sabha elections will be held on May 19 This election will be stopped after the results come on May 23. In the meanwhile, voting will again be held in many places. Meanwhile, officials said on Saturday that two booths in Arunachal Pradesh will be held on May 21. Deputy Chief Electoral Officer Liken Kou said in a notification that a booth in Kolorian constituency of Kurung district and tax in Dadri district of Dadri district will be voted on a booth. After the recommendation of a team of poles panel, the decision was taken after the repoling, which met the representatives of various political parties on May 14.
There are 6-Gimba in the 28-Nomp and Tali constituencies in the polling station, Koloriang constituency. According to the notification, voting will be held from six in the morning to two o’clock in the morning. On 20 and 27 April, 18 booths of Arunachal Pradesh have already been voted to the two polling booths. However, several other allegations of electoral malpractation were also reported in the repoling.
After the complaints, the Election Commission had deputed a four-member team, who had met candidates from the affected areas of Pali Dadi district and the Koloriang assembly constituency in Kurung Kumaon district and in the Pallin assembly constituency. Tali, Palin and the Koloriang assembly constituencies witnessed minor violence. During this, the voting officers were assaulted. On the April 20th and April 27th, during the repolation organized on the helipad. On April 26, a supporter of NPP in Koloriang was shot dead in April.
Voting in Delhi again
Significantly, during the Lok Sabha elections held in Delhi, the Election Commission has canceled the polling booth no.33 of Chandni Chowk. Now this booth will be re-voted on May 19. The EVM was not on Zero before the voting started here on May 12. In such a situation, the office of Delhi’s Chief Electoral Officer had made the Election Commission clear all the situation. At the same time, the Election Commission has now announced to hold elections on May 19 during the last phase of elections.
Voting on 5 booths of Andhra Pradesh
The Election Commission has ordered the re-polling in the 5 polling stations in Chandragiri assembly constituency and Chittoor parliamentary constituency in Andhra Pradesh as well. Let us know that the Election Commission of India had canceled voting in 11 polling stations in Andhra Pradesh’s Chandragiri assembly constituency and Chittoor parliamentary constituency on 11th April. Now the two seats will be held again on May 19. Please tell that in the 175-member assembly and all the 25 Lok Sabha constituencies in the state have been held in the same phase on April 11.