BJP and Samajwadi Party reached Mainpuri by-election Election Commission, complaint against each other

BJP and Samajwadi Party reached Mainpuri by-election Election Commission, complaint against each other

Voting for the Mainpuri Lok Sabha seat and Rampur assembly seat in Uttar Pradesh is to be held on December 5. The Mainpuri Lok Sabha seat fell vacant recently after the death of Samajwadi Party leader Mulayam Singh Yadav. There is a tough fight between BJP and Samajwadi Party on this seat. On the other hand, before the voting on Monday, the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and Samajwadi Party (SP) accused each other and demanded action from the Election Commission on Saturday.

The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has written a letter to the Election Commission to check "unruly elements" of the Samajwadi Party in the Mainpuri Lok Sabha bypoll. At the same time, the Samajwadi Party, in a memorandum addressed to the Chief Election Commissioner, has requested that "to stop the conspiracy to cast fake votes on the day of polling in Rampur assembly constituency based on fake Aadhaar cards allegedly being made by the BJP". Concrete action should be taken. According to a statement issued from the BJP headquarters on Saturday, the party's State General Secretary and Minister of State for Cooperation (Independent Charge) JPS Rathore wrote a letter to the Chief Electoral Officer and handed over the list of miscreants in Mainpuri Lok Sabha constituency demanding strict action. Is.

In the letter, the BJP has submitted a list of highly sensitive polling stations to the commission and has demanded to ensure immediate tight security at these centers and prevent miscreants from capturing the polling stations. The BJP has said in its letter that the election code of conduct has been violated by the Samajwadi Party in the Mainpuri Lok Sabha by-election. The party said that before the voting in the Mainpuri Lok Sabha constituency, voters are being intimidated and threatened by the anarchists of the Samajwadi Party.

In the past too, the party had complained about this with the Local Administration and Election Commission on November 30. Meanwhile, according to a statement issued from the Samajwadi Party headquarters, on the instructions of SP national president Akhilesh Yadav, the party's national secretary, and former cabinet minister Rajendra Chowdhary has submitted a memorandum addressed to the Chief Election Commissioner, New Delhi, to the Chief Electoral Officer of the state, demanding that the Superintendent of Police Ashok Shukla, Police Officer (City) Anuj Pahalwan, Police Kotwali in-charge Gajendra Tyagi and Police Station Officer in Rampur Legislative Assembly by-election Surendra Pachauri should be transferred out of district Rampur with immediate effect.

According to the statement, the SP has demanded that 100 percent voter slips should be distributed in Muslim-dominated areas and that the "harassment" of Samajwadi Party workers should be stopped. The SP said, "Strict action should be taken to stop the conspiracy to cast fake votes on the day of polling based on fake Aadhaar cards being made by the BJP and elections should be conducted under the supervision of military and paramilitary forces." Bypolls are being held in Uttar Pradesh's Mainpuri parliamentary constituency and Rampur and Khatauli assembly constituencies, for which polling will be held on December 5 and counting of votes on December 8.