New Delhi : 04 : June :- The Election Commission has ordered an investigation after the Congress alleged that there are 60 lakh bogus voters in Madhya Pradesh. Senior Congress leader Kamal Nath and Jyotiraditya Shinde, on Sunday, met the commission officials and complained about the bogus voters. While accusing the Congress, the evidence has been submitted to the Election Commission.
There are five crore voters in Madhya Pradesh, according to Congress claims that 12 percent of them are bogus. The difference between the Congress and the BJP in the last assembly elections was 8.5 percent. The assembly elections in Madhya Pradesh will be held in November this year. Kamal Nath and Shinde have shown many examples of this in a press conference. For example, in Bhojpur constituency of Madhya Pradesh, a woman has 26 names at different polling stations. Kamal Nath said that we have given evidence to the Commission that there are 60 lakh bogus voters in the state and this has not happened in error. This has happened since the order of the BJP government in the state.
Two teams for inquiry-
The Congress has formed two teams to probe the matter, after Congress leaders complained that there were 60 lakh bogus voters in Madhya Pradesh. The final report will be submitted by these teams till June 7. The Commission said that if intentional mistake is found, the responsibility for proper action will be taken.
Congress finds 24.65 lakh bogus voters in 101 constituencies The number of voters showing anomalies is as compared to the number of people in the population. This is done by the BJP. Shinde also questioned how the population can increase by 40 percent in 10 years, and if the population is growing 24 percent.