Yogendra Yadav alleges other parties are bribing voters before the election
The Aam Aadmi Party, who has been shrouded in a lot of controversy lately tried to change the course of action by turning the blame on other parties in Gurgaon. While many people opted out of this political party, AAP's Yogendra Yadav accused competitors of bribing people to vote in their favour in this election.
Yadav alleged that 20 crore rupees
have been spent in Gurgaon
trying to sway the public
opinion. Yadav, who is the AAP party candidate from Gurgaon
said that other
parties have hired touts to complete the particular mission. As reported by Daily Mail, Yadav said, ''We have got input that
political parties are giving away money and have been making
strategies to buy votes in various areas of Gurgaon, especially those
dominated by Dalits. The touts are bribing voters with cash and kind
including liquor and home appliances.''
He is said to have 'proofs' of the
acts and will submit it before the date of the election, which is on
April 10. However, he feels that it is the responsibility of the
Election Commission to keep tabs of these things by conducting
Due to the election, checks are
happening throughout the city. Cars are checked at regular intervals
for hidden cash, but parties also have a few tricks up their sleeves.
In Sector 22, free electricity and plumbing jobs are being made
available for the people by the Bhartiya Janta Party.
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