Uttar Pradesh: ‘Deleted’ Stamped on Names of Muslim Voters in Electoral Rolls in Chandauli, Ballia Constituencies
The Samajwadi party will reportedly approach the EC regarding the matter.
The Samajwadi Party will reportedly approach the Election Commission over alleged deletion of names of Muslim voters in Chandauli, Uttar Pradesh. Names of several Muslim voters were reportedly deleted from the electoral rolls an a booth in Ballia Lok Sabha constituency in the state as well.
As per Times Now journalist Prashant Kumar, the names have been allegedly deleted at booth number 334, 335, 336 in Mughalsarai. Mughalsarai falls under Chandauli Lok Sabha constituency in Chandauli district .
Breaking: Samajwadi party to move election commission over alleged deletion of names of muslim voters in Mughalsarai, Chandauli. Party alleges the names have been deleted at booth number 334, 335, 336. pic.twitter.com/hPN00VmsBp
— Prashant Kumar (@scribe_prashant) May 19, 2019
As per Uttar Pradesh.ORG News, “deleted” was stamped over several Muslims names at Murli Manohar Town Inter College booth in Ballia constituency.
— UttarPradesh.ORG News (@WeUttarPradesh) May 19, 2019
Elections on several seats in U.P. are being held in the final phase of the Lok Sabha polls on May 19.