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The Telugu Desam Party candidate for Jammalamadu Assembly constituency in Kadapa district has sought re poll at five polling stations in the constituency complaining that the Congress followers have rigged votes at these booths on the polling day. He submitted a memorandum to the Chief Electoral Officer, IV Subba Rao on Wednesday stating that Congress workers had beaten up and chased away TDP polling agents from these booths.

He alleged that they have rigged votes by pressing the button on the electronic voting machine indiscriminately in favour of Congress candidate. He charged that the presiding officer and police personnel at these polling stations remained silent spectators when the Congressmen were committing the electoral offences. The five polling stations served the voters from seven villages.

Ramasubba Reddy, a former Minister, regretted that in spite of heavy booth capturing, the presiding officers did not mention a word about the happenings in their diaries. He submitted video clippings of the happenings to the Chief Electoral Officer as his party workers fortunately could videograph the incidents. The CEO stated that the grievances would bring to the notice of the Election Commission for a decision.

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