SP and BSP staff keep a close eye on the EVM strongroom around-the-clock due to suspicions of manipulation

AGRA: Despite the substantial security arrangements already in place, members of the India bloc and the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) have set up vigilance camps outside the strongroom where EVMs are kept in Muzaffarnagar because to concerns about possible election fraud.

In an effort to preserve the integrity of the voting process, both sides set up shop close to the Naeen-Mandi strong room on April 19.

The fierce rivalry in the political sphere is reflected in the round-the-clock guards deployed by each political party. BSP employees pledged to remain vigilant until the counting day on June 4 in an effort to show their mistrust of the government.

As one of ten men manning the EVMs, a BSP employee said, “We do not trust this government; there is a risk.” Until the counting is complete, we will remain vigilant. There will be five guys working night and day shifts in rotation.

The Samajwadi Party’s district general security officer, Chaudhary Glodi Ahlawat, reaffirmed the organization’s commitment to supervision in the meantime. “We are watching over the EVMs and have set up our surveillance camp. Without creating any hiccups, our party is guaranteeing openness,” he said.

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