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TDP blames Congress failed to submit forms in prescribed format

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TDP blames Congress failed to submit forms in prescribed format

Asks Returning officers to treat Congress candidates as independent candidates

Hyderabad, March 8, 2007

The Telugu Desam Party (TDP) alleged that the Congress Party failed to submit A and B forms in prescribed format for the Legislative Council elections in respect of candidates contesting from MLAs constituencies. They urged the Returning Officer K. Tuljananda Singh to declare all the 20 Congress candidates as Independents. The TDP deputy leader K. Janardhan Reddy along with P. Yadagiri submitted a memorandum to this effect to the Returning Officer. Meanwhile, the TRS too approached the Returning Officer on the same lines.

The TDP alleged that the B forms submitted by the Pradesh Congress Committee president K. Keshava Rao were not in the Performa prescribed by the Election Commission and are in violation of election rules. They charged that the PCC president had given a list of 20 candidates on the party's letterhead, which was contrary to the rules.

Speaking to the media, the Returning Officer Tuljananda Singh said that all the nominations were in accordance with the rules and said that no political party raised objections during scrutiny of nominations.

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