TMC requests CEC to provide seat wise voting report for Phase 1-2

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TMC said this is a paradigm shift from the previous voter turnout report(s) of previous elections, where the ECI had provided a detailed report in this regard. Amid opposition allegations of delay by the ECI in sharing voting percentage data, the election body last Friday asserted that “disclosure and transparency are standard practices in the work of the Election Commission and booth-wise data of the actual number of votes polled Available to candidates soon.

The Trinamool Congress (TMC) on Monday asked Chief Election Commissioner Rajeev Kumar to immediately submit the constituency-wise accurate polling figures for Phase 1 and 2 along with an explanation for the delay in releasing the polling percentage report. In a letter addressed to the CEC, the TMC said the Election Commission of India (ECI) late released the voting percentage for the first two phases on April 30 and said the report did not contain any information about the total number of eligible voters and the total number of eligible voters. Was not there.

TMC said this is a paradigm shift from the previous voter turnout report(s) of previous elections, where the ECI had provided a detailed report in this regard. Amid opposition allegations of delay by the ECI in sharing voting percentage data, the election body last Friday asserted that “disclosure and transparency are standard practices in the work of the Election Commission and booth-wise data of the actual number of votes polled available to the candidates soon. TMC also claimed that the report shows notable discrepancies and inconsistencies in the percentage initially reported.

For Phase 1, the voting percentage was shown as 60 on April 19 which was later reported as 66.14% on April 30. Further, the TMC said that the delay of eleven days in releasing the final voting percentage of Phase 1, as well as the significant increase of 5.75% in participation almost four days after the conclusion of Phase 2, without any proper explanation, raises suspicions. Is.

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