The Election Commission on Friday said it is taking a decision on reports that Rahul Gandhi, a candidate from Amethi, had violated rules by going to the polling area inside some booths in theconstituency during balloting on May 7 and “not trying to avoid” it.
“We are not trying to avoid…the information is coming from 4-5 places. I can tell you honestly that we will take a decision…We have sought for information on this. It either must have come or may be on the way,” Election Commissioner H S Brahma said while interacting with journalists here.
During a similar interaction here on Thursday, Chief Election Commissioner V S Sampath had said that “it is a matter of fact (that Rahul was) seeing the EVM in a polling station.”
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Sampath had further said this particular instance will be examined vis-a-vis the law (Representation of the People Act).
The Congress Vice President was on Thursday seen entering polling area inside some booths in Amethi constituency.