Hundreds protest against alleged electoral fraud in Gurgaon

Hundreds protest against alleged electoral fraud in Gurgaon. (Ravindra Kumar Singh)

At least 우리카지노eight men, three of whom live near the polling station, were arrested after the incident. “We have registered a case at the police station on suspicion of committing an electoral offence,” said a local police officer. In the absence of a clear narrative of who was behind this act, the media has largely ignored the incident. The only thing that is getting mentioned is that the men have been released on bail till August 10. This may well be true, but it is not enough.

On August 8, two women 더킹카지노who fled the state in the name of campaigning on social media filed a police complaint. After several days, the police finally handed them over to the Election Commission which registered their case. By the time the investigation was launched, it was clear that some of the alleged miscreants had registered to vote with the help of fake SIM cards, with a fake voter’s card, on December 1, 2016. The state has already been subjected to a massive protest movement to demand early elections, after which there will be a massive demonstration on August 13. We should see a police action. A더킹카지노s I said at the time, this time the police did not act to protect the poor from electoral fraud. There is no reason to give the police a blank cheque for their efforts here.

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