‘ECI never acted on anyone’s orders’, says Chief Election Commissioner on Congress’s allegations

‘ECI never acted on anyone’s orders’, says Chief Election Commissioner on Congress’s allegations

Election Commision of India: Congress leaders have been continuously attacking the central government ever since Rahul Gandhi left the Parliament. Modi government is being accused of misuse of all government institutions. In this episode, many opposition parties have also raised questions on the Election Commission. Now the Chief Election Commissioner (CEC) Rajeev Kumar clarified on this on Tuesday (March 28).

Chief Election Commissioner Rajeev Kumar said that “Election Commission of India (ECI) has neither acted on anyone’s diktat before nor will work like this in future.” Let us tell you that this statement of the Chief Election Commissioner has come after the allegations made by the Congress, in which the Congress has alleged that the Election Commission is helping the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) for the delimitation of 126 assembly and 14 parliamentary seats in Assam. acting at the behest of.

‘We have to hear words like this’

Rajiv Kumar said, “This is not new to us, we have to hear such words. It is not possible for us to decide anything. Our record is such that we never take orders from anyone and will never take them.” At the end of his three-day tour of the state ahead of the delimitation of constituencies, he told the media that the ECI has been able to maintain its impeccable record by sticking to its twin principles of discussion and stakeholder participation.

Congress leaders made these allegations

Along with the Chief Election Commissioner, two Election Commissioners Anoop Chandra Pandey and Arun Goyal were also present on the Assam tour. At the same time, the Congress refused to meet the ECI team and present its representation on the proposed delimitation. The Congress alleged that the committee had failed to address the issues raised earlier. State Congress President Bhupen Kumar Bora has accused the Election Commission of ‘match-fixing’ accused of.

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