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"We are trying to reach the truth at the earliest. However, one thing is certain that nobody has broken into our system & no new voter ID cards have been made", ANI quoted Sanjiv Kumar, Chief Election Officer. Speaking on the issue, Union Minister Sadanand Gowda on Tuesday said democracy has been attacked in the state's capital.
The BJP chief, who has been camping in Karnataka to spearhead his party's campaign as the state goes to the polls on May 12, appealed to all democracy-loving Indians to rise to the occasion and speak up against this "fraudulent and anti-democratic means adopted by the Congress just for the sake of power". "An FIR is being registered after almost 9,746 voter cards were found in a flat in Rajarajeshwari Nagar constituency", Chief Electoral Officer Sanjiv Kumar told reporters.
The BJP on Wednesday accused the Congress of hatching a conspiracy to "derail" free and fair polls and demanded that voting be postponed in the assembly segment in Bengaluru Urban district.
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When they arrived, several workers of different parties were already at the spot. He also said that he did not know why Prakash Javadekar lied about this fact.
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The Congress leader said in their memorandum to the EC, the party expressed apprehensions that the BJP could in the coming days carry out similar raids in several other constituencies to influence voters.
Fearing loss, "Congress is employing such techniques that are unsafe to democracy", he said, referring to a case where thousands of voter ids were found in Bengaluru. The Election Commission's revelation of the scam at midnight was followed by political sparring, as both BJP and Congress alleged the other's links with the concerned flat. 5 laptops, printer, thousands of Form 6 Acknowledgement found in trunks.
"Mr Election Commissioner, how can 20000 + voter card can be found in private place".
Rebuffing Congress's allegation about him being the tenant of the flat, BJP supporter on Wednesday said, "I have no connection with that flat, neither do I have any relation with that aunt (Manjula Nanjamari) for the last 10 years". PM hit out at the Congress for continuing with the dynastic rule in the party. She has rented the apartment to her son who contested the 2015 BBMP (Bengaluru civic body) elections on a BJP ticket.