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EC Too Precious An Institution, Must Not Be Allowed To Become Agent of a Political Party: Arvind Kejriwal on Deletion of Voters’ Names

He warned the ECI saying his party would not allow a repeat of the Telangana episode in Delhi.

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Saturday, February 9, questioned the Election Commission of India (ECI) for allegedly not allowing the Aam Party (AAP) government to inquire the issue of deletion of voters’ names from electoral rolls in the national capital. Hinting at the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), he underlined that the commission is precious for the country and should not become the agent of “a political party”.

Kejriwal took to Twitter after the Chief Electoral Officer in Delhi issued a notification on February 9 warning the citizens to beware of calls from unknown persons, entities and sources who call and inform them that their names have been deleted from the electoral rolls and they will help them in restoring the same.

Also read: Telangana Elections: Election Commission Apologises As 22 Lakh People Couldn’t Vote As Their Names Were Deleted From Voters’ Lists 

The Delhi chief minister pointed out that the names of 22 lakh voters had allegedly been deleted in Telangana and shuttler Jwala Gutta’s name was also missing from the list. He warned the ECI saying his party would not allow a repeat of the Telangana episode in Delhi.

Further, Kejriwal tagged a video of RTI activist Amit Mishra who can be heard saying that his entire family’s name was missing from the voters’ list, while the name of his mother who passed away three years ago was still there on the electoral roll.

Also read: AAP Claims Names of 30 Lakh Voters Deleted in Delhi

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