In a startling revelation, the BJP candidate from the prestigious Nizamabad Lok Sabha constituency has exposed the ruling TRS chief’s bluff by documental evidence of over 1.5 lakh bogus votes list.
D Aravind, who is son of erstwhile Congress political heavyweight D Srinivas, has complained to the Election Commission, how the ruling TRS party has created bogus votes to rig the polls. Waving some valuable documents to a group of media persons, which contains list of ‘bogus’ voters in his Nizamabad constituencies, with ‘fake’ addresses and also ‘incomplete names’ of minorities, were apparently shown to the state’s chief electoral officer, Rajat Kumar, and sought clarification.
“To my surprise, I regret to say Rajat Kumar was not only dumb found but also failure to give convincing reply,” the BJP candidate said and added; “though I would not wish to cast aspersions on the EC, yet is not its responsibility to clarify when doubts are expressed by the contesting candidates on production of proof before him.”
He read out some minority names as mono syllables ‘La’ or ‘Ja’ and also street names or numbers, which does not exist anywhere in the Nizamabad parliament constituency. “If this is the way elections are conducted in a democracy, then how anyone who is challenge the ruling clique can can win?”
Aravind, now he understood why the TRS President K Chandrasekhara Rao or his won, who is also Working President, K T Ramarao, are confidently claiming of winning all the 16 Lok Sabha seats. One has to suspect in every constituency, the ruling party had created bogus voters list on minorities and using that for their electoral purposes. “This is a serious allegation am making and if at all the Election Commission has spine should scrutinize all poll records and do random checks, to repose confidence in people that they do are conducting elections in ‘fair and free’ environs,” he pointed out.
Retaining Nizamabad LS seat has become a personal challenge to KCR and his family as his daughter K Kavitha, is seeking re-election. Interestingly, those who are opposed the state farm policy especially the farmers, too have entered the fray, to ensure the defeat of the ruling party nominee. In all, though 185 candidates remain in the fray, yet the main contest had been reduced a triangular between Kavitha of the TRS, the BJP’s Aravind and Congress Madhu Yaski Goud, who had twice represented the constituency.
Groundswell support to BJP and all surveys, including the state police intelligence survey reports, claiming of ‘close call’ for TRS in Nizamabad, the CM is not leaving anything for chance. The last minute effort to ‘convince’ a hardcore TDP loyalist Mandava Venkateswara Rao, was considered as one of those efforts, which the KCR himself had taken the responsibility to ‘tie-in’ possible lose ends for his daughter’s smooth sail