The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) has raised questions on the Election Commission after voting ended for the Assembly elections in Delhi. In a press convention, AAP chief Sanjay Singh has alleged that "Election Commission ought to make clear what’s going on since tomorrow? Elections are over tomorrow however no Election Commission official has but any official assertion on voting share gave.
Rajya Sabha MP Sanjay Singh urged the Election Commission to come back out with the information quickly and in addition sought clarification on the delay. <! –
Singh stated "Elections were held yesterday but no Election Commission official has given any official statement on the voting percentage yet."
"The Election Commission should clarify what the game is going on tomorrow? Elections are over tomorrow but no Election Commission official has yet made any official statement on voting percentage" – @SanjayAzadSln
– AAP (@AamAadmiParty) February 9, 2020
The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) cited the video, claiming that makes an attempt have been being made to tamper with digital voting machines (EVMs) within the meeting elections. Senior occasion chief Sanjay Singh has tweeted a video clip about this. The voting share on 8 January was 57 p.c. However, when in comparison with 2015, when the ruling AAP received 67 out of 70 meeting seats, the voting share was much less.
At a press convention final night, the Chief Electoral Officer of Delhi had stated that the voting share was anticipated to extend as there have been queues at a number of polling stations on the finish of polling at 6 pm. This time, exit polls point out the victory of the Aam Aadmi Party in Delhi. Most exit polls have claimed greater than 50 seats for AAP.
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