Arvind Kejriwal Alleges EVM Tampering in Punjab

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal raised questions about the Electronic voting machines in the Punjab assembly polls, saying 20 per cent to 25 per cent of AAP votes were transferred to the Akali-BJP coalition which was in power in the state. The number of votes polled by his party were far less in some areas than the number of volunteers the party, he said, adding the results fly in the face of predictions by several exit polls and political experts.
Pointing out specifically on the AAP’s loss in Punjab, he said, “We know it is too late to declare Punjab, Goa elections void but, for future, faith should be restored in the electoral process. The issue can’t be brushed under the carpet.” He said that AAP’s votes were stolen in Punjab and were awarded to Akali-BJP coalition, after the party managed to secure least number of seats (20) among the three prominent parties – AAP, SAD-BJP, Congress – in Punjab.

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