Claiming that there was fear of booth capturing and rigging when Varanasi goes to polls on May 12, the Aam Aadmi Party has decided to arm its booth-level volunteers with spy cameras to capture any such activity and report the violations to the Election Commission. It has also decided to set up a helpline, which people can call to lodge complaints if they find anyone trying to influence voters by offering them money or liquor.
In a statement issued in Varanasi, the AAP said nearly 250 spy cameras have been bought and will be given to booth-level volunteers.
They will also be given the numbers of the EC officials so information about rigging or booth capturing is immediately reported.
The volunteers will be helped by the party’s legal team, which will ensure the violations are relayed to the poll panel and appropriate action is taken.
- Soon You Could Get Plastic Currency Notes: Find Out More
- Ranveer Singh and Vaani Kapoor Starrer Befikre Gets A Thumbs Up
- Supreme Court Seeks Centre’s Response Over Various Issues Regarding Demonetisation
- Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar Writes To West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee
- Bigg Boss 10 December 8 Review: Swami Om Feels Cheated, lashes Out At Gaurav For Jail Punishment
- South Korean President Park Geun-Hye Impeached Over Corruption Scandal
- Former Air Chief SP Tyagi Arrested In VVIP Chopper Scam
- After Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi, Liquor Baron Vijay Mallya’s Twitter Account Hacked
- Find Out What PM Narendra Modi Told Cabinet Over Demonetisation Decision
- Home Minister Rajnath Singh Assures Safety Of All Tourists Stranded On Havelock Island
- Government To Waive Service Tax On Debit, Credit Card Transactions Of Up To Rs 2,000
- President Pranab Mukherjee Criticises Parliament Disruptions Over Demonetisation
- Pakistan International Airlines Flight Carrying Over 40 Passenger On Board Crashes
- Shah Rukh Khan On Raees Clash With Kaabil: It’s Impossible To Have A Solo Release In India
- US-President Elect Donald Trump Named TIME’s Person Of The Year 2016