Angry Voters Protest of Missing Names In Telangana

Angry Voters Protest of Missing Names In Telangana

Missing candidates from voter list transformed to be a vital complaint in Telangana as ballot got underway this morning in the Southern State, Most of the people who have been registering a vote for years, protested on Twitter that they could not search their names at their systematic polling station. Even some who had accepted their votes slips online could not search their names while they converted into a booth.

Badminton player, Jwala Gutta said wrote in her tweet, “I checked my name online 2-3 weeks ago, my mother’s my names were there, my father’s my sisters were missing. Today we went to cast vote but my name was also missing. I don’t understand how’s my name missing. I’ve been living here for 12 yrs ”.

Chief Minister of Delhi Arvind Kejriwal replied of Jwala Gutta’s comment in the tweet, “Names of 30 lakh voters have been similarly deleted by BJP in Delhi. It seems BJP is doing it all over the country in active collusion wid Election Commission”.

After Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao terminated assembly ahead of time in this election, the poll commission explained the time-devouring process of correction of rolls and said it would twig to its from January this year. The voters were told to mark any difference.

But on Twitter, many professed that voters living for a long time in the same place were also impotent to search their names on the list.

Telangana and Rajasthan, which are are electing today, are the remaining of the five states where elections are being held ahead of next year’s national ballots. Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao, who is asking a second chance in power, is confronting the challenge from the assembled forces of the Congress and the Telugu Desam Party of Chandrababu Naidu.

by Haimantee Ghosh on December 7, 2018

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