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Drastic fall in Tripura voting percentage at 79%, Rigging, prevention of voters reported : Public fight against JUMLA Party’s Biplab-Pratima led Criminals
Drastic fall in Tripura voting percentage at 79%, Rigging, prevention of voters reported : Public fight against JUMLA Party’s Biplab-Pratima led Criminals
AGARTALA, April 23 (TIWN): Over 79 percent of the total 12.5 lakh voters on Tuesday cast their ballots in the deferred polling for the Tripura East parliamentary constituency, earlier Tripura touched a record of 90% in voting rate. Lakhs of voters could not cast votes and video footage of election rigging have been sent to Special Observer Vinod Zutshi. Tripura CPI-M sitting MP Jitendra Chaudhury himself could not cast votes to secure lakhs of voters votes. Various footage like some people spotted carrying a large number of fake voter cards in Hawaibari, Teliamura, In booth No. 33, Sabroom constituency, Public statements that they were stopped from casting their votes, footage of voters prevention. Polling agents of CPI(M) were Threatened, not to go to their respective polling stations. It has been known that 30 polling stations were almost captured by BJP at Hrishyamukh as no CPI-M and opposition polling personnel were allowed to enter there. Various BJP supporters polling agents were arrested across Tripura. "After the final reports from all the polling stations received, the polling percentage might touch 80 per cent. In 2014, the voting percentage in the Tripura East parliamentary seat was around 85 per cent," an Election official said.
Govt of  Tripura
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