Bihar election: Vikram's Congress candidate accused of distributing money, investigation started by registering case

Congress candidate from Bikram assembly seat Siddharth Saurav has been accused of distributing money for voting.

28th October, 2020

The first phase of Bihar elections is being held on Wednesday. All the candidates are pushing in their own way. Every party is claiming victory. A sensational news has surfaced here. Congress candidate from Bikram assembly seat Siddharth Sourav has been accused of distributing money for voting. An FIR has been lodged against Siddharth Saurav for distributing money to the Naubatpur police station for voting in his favor on Wednesday.

Action on viral video

A case has been registered on the application of Flying Squad Magistrate Jayaprakash Narayan Rai and Daroga Mithilesh Singh. According to the magistrate's application, while he was inspecting the booths with Daroga Mithilesh Singh, a viral video came on his mobile at the same time. In Nisatpura village under Naubatpur police station area, a candidate was distributing money to influence voters.

Complete information not found in video verification inquiry

In the course of verification and inquiry, it was found that Congress candidate Siddharth Saurav is giving money to voters. The name and address of the voter who took the money could not be known. I claim that the Congress candidates were trying to get voters in their favor by paying Rs, which is a violation of the model code of conduct.

Let us know here that the voting percentage in the flood is looking good right next to Vikram. Around 28.17 percent voting was held till 1 pm. There was a rush in the morning in Biharibigha, Dayalchak, Urban, Gulabbagh, Badh city of the Vidhan Sabha constituency. Here, gradually the number of polling stations started increasing. SDO Sumit Kumar, ASP Umbarish Rahul used to take stock with the party force regarding the voting system. Earlier, polling station number 18 and 19A in middle school Budhara, Athmalgola delayed 10 minutes due to disturbances in EVM. The officers then quickly replaced an EVM. Whereas, the other was fixed and commissioned. Majho Devi, 86, voted at booth 11 of Lalo Kuwar High School, Sabanima. Armed security forces have been deployed at all the booths for security. whereas, CCTV monitoring is being done at various booths. In view of Corona virus infection, hands are being sanitized along with temperature check before voting at all polling stations.

Category: India: Bihar


Reported by:
Pankaj Prasad