At whose behest did the returning officer refuse to adjust to the orders of the High Court?: Varinder Khalsa
Police arrested AAP’s cameraman who was doing videography legally, below which legislation did the police arrest him? : Varinder Khalsa
Election rigged in Abohar municipal council, votes of useless individuals additionally casted
Abohar: The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) accused Abohar’s returning officer of violating the High Court order throughout the municipal our bodies’ elections. AAP chief Varinder Khalsa mentioned that vide order of the High Court, videography was being performed by the Aam Aadmi Party cameraman at Abohar at his personal expense. But the returning officer didn’t enable conducting videography exterior the sales space and requested the police to arrest the cameraman. He mentioned that the returning officer had defied the order of the High Court.
The AAP chief mentioned that the High Court had mentioned in its order that videography might be performed exterior the sales space and in accordance with the identical order, whereas the cameraman of the Aam Aadmi Party was doing videography; the police illegally took him into custody on the behest of the returning officer of Abohar. “It is evident from this incident that the Congress has rigged the elections by misusing the federal government equipment. After all, on whose behest, the returning officer refused to obey the orders of the High Court,” added Khalsa.
He additionally accused the Congress of casting bogus votes and mentioned that in accordance with the report, votes of useless individuals had been additionally casted in Abohar. “A useless individual has additionally casted his vote within the municipal council election. The occasions within the elections made it clear that the police and different authorities equipment was serving to the Congress goons as an alternative of stopping the hooliganism being carried out by the ruling social gathering Congress,” he added. He mentioned that the Election Commission additionally did not conduct free and truthful elections and the perspective of the Commission was additionally questionable.