Begusarai: Voters Complain Polling Officials Forced Them To Vote For BJP
In Begusarai, the contest is between Kanhaiya Kumar, Giriraj Singh and Rashtriya Janata Dal's Tanveer Hasan.
Several voters in a polling booth in Begusarai, Bihar on Monday, April 29 reportedly complained that the polling officer was forcing them to cast their vote in favour of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) candidate Giriraj Singh.
As per a NewsD report, the voters in a polling booth in Babhangama Panchayat said that they wanted to press the first button (Kanhaiya Kumar), while the officials pressurised them to press the second button (Giriraj Singh). The voters raised slogans against the administration outside the polling station.
After Twitter users, drew the attention of District Magistrate Rahul Kumar, he said that “there was some confusion”. “We sent a team,” Rahul Kumar added.
Voters have alleged that Administration is forcing them to vote for Candidate no. 2 i.e @girirajsinghbjp against their wish of voting candidate no. 1 @kanhaiyakumar . Sir @rahulias6 dekha jaaye. https://t.co/jrRHz9Ebs7
— प्रधानमंत्री केशव (@Kumar_Ke5hav) April 29, 2019
We sent the team and got it verified. There was some confusion. Voting is going on peacefully at Babhangama.
— Rahul Kumar (@rahulias6) April 29, 2019
In Begusarai, the contest is between Kanhaiya Kumar, Giriraj Singh and Rashtriya Janata Dal’s Tanveer Hasan.