The AAP candidate from Gurgaon, Yogendra Yadav restated his demand for a re-poll in 110 booths across the constituency expressing agony that the Election Commission did not take any action despite the party submitting 'proof' of 'large-scale rigging' during the April 10 polls.
The letter read ''We also
submitted a scientific analysis of the polling station-wise turnout
data, which established that there was a cluster of booths that
recorded abnormally high turnout, upwards of 90% or even 95%, that
these were concentrated in the areas where we had complained about
rigging and that the dispersion of turnout did not follow normal
statistical pattern in the three segments (Nuh, Firozpur-Zhirka and
Punhana) of the constituency. This statistical analysis suggests that
rigging may have been more widespread than the 110 polling stations
that we have mentioned in our original complaint.''
Times Of India
that AAP held a press conference immediately
after the election ended on April 10 alleging large-scale rigging in
110 booths in Rewari, Sohna and Mewat. The next day, Yadav gave a
formal representation to the returning officer and the EC, rendering
them the details of the nature of the irregularity in the polling
stations along with the 'audio-visual evidence'. A few days later,
senior party leader Prashant Bhushan met a full bench of the EC.
letter also said ''It is one month since the day of polling. While I
am yet to receive a formal response to my representation, my
colleague Prashant Bhushan was told in his meeting with the
commission that you have received reports from below and are not in
favour of re-polling. I must confess that I am really shocked. I do
not know whether you went by the report of the same officials whose
negligence or collusion was responsible for these irregularities or
the commission obtained an independent report in the matter.''
entreated the EC to reconsider the issue. According to party sources,
it did not receive any response from EC till late Monday.
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