UP Panchayat Election Result: 2 killed in violent clashes at 30 places, 4 BJP MLAs sitting on dharna in Etah, accused of forcibly raising SP
The uproar is going on since the UP Panchayat Election Result. Incidents like firing and assault are reported in about 30 places. Not only this, four BJP MLAs in Etah are completely angry with the result of Panchayat elections (BJP MLA Unhappy To Result). They allege that their candidates have been forcibly beaten, so that the SP candidates can be won. Angry BJP MLAs are sitting on dharna with their supporters. All the District Magistrates are protesting outside the office.
They demand that the counting of votes on all 30 seats should be done again (Recounting On 30 Seats), the responsibility of which is with any other election officer. DM and SSP B are present on the spot due to the sit-in of MLAs. Those sitting on the protest include MLC Dharamvir Prajapati (MLC Dharamvir Prajapati), who was in charge of Etah district panchayat elections. Along with him, MLA Satyapal Singh Rathore from Aliganj, MLA Virendra Lodhi from Marhra seat and MLA Sanjiv Diwakar from Jalesar.
MLA on dharna outside District Magistrate's Office
These people are also sitting on a dharna outside the District Magistrate's Office and are adamant on demanding the counting of votes again. They allege that their candidates have been forcibly beaten in order to win the SP candidates. They demand that the votes should be counted again on 27 wards. They have little faith in the earlier countings. He says that he had complained about this earlier too, but the election workers engaged in counting of votes did not listen to him. He even accused the administration of complicity with the SP. He says that the counting of votes should be done again in front of the officer of another district. There are about 25 wards on which he is winning.
Accused of rigging SP candidates
At the same time, MLC Dharamvir Prajapati alleged that as soon as the counting of votes in the panchayat elections started, his agents were removed from the polling booth itself. Only after the counting began, BJP workers were constantly giving them such information over the phone. He said that the candidates who were ahead of 900 to 1000 votes were completely behind by 2 thousand votes. They allege that despite the complaint, no action was taken on it. They allege that their candidates have won 10 wards, but still their certificates have not been given.
After the results of the panchayat elections, reports of violence are also coming out. Some of which also happened during the victory procession. At the same time, there are reports of counting of votes and 25 violent incidents even after that. These incidents have come up in places like Prayagraj, Moradabad, Baghpat, Ayodhya, Mirzapur. It is being told that so far 2 people have lost their lives in these violent incidents.
Violence at 30 places, 2 killed
According to ADG Law and Order Prashant Kumar, since the result of the panchayat elections, so far two murder cases, seven murder attempt cases have been filed. At the same time, 5 cases of clash with the police have also been registered. In the case of assault, 5 more cases have been registered. At the same time, 35 people have also been arrested. He said that according to the Corona Protocol, the Election Commission was strictly prohibited from taking out the victory procession. Even after this, a crowd of people gathered. Strict action is also being taken in case of violation of election code of conduct.