Raj Thackeray will fight against the EVM in collaboration with Congress

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Raj Thackeray will fight against the EVM in collaboration with Congress

Raj Thackeray the president of Maharashtra Navnirman Sena . Raj Thackeray took an aggressive stance against Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the president of BJP .  Amit Shah, demanding the voting of the ballots in the elections . The agitation will be provoked by the boycott of the elections .  The statements of Raj Thackeray seem to be at least the same. He recently said: “When the match is fix, what is the use of net practice?” Then, Thackeray went to Delhi . The meeting with the Main Electoral Commission, said: “We expect nothing from them . The additional strategy we have decided in Maharashtra.” During the visit to Delhi . Thackeray also met with the President of the UPA, Sonia Gandhi, at her residence . It has also led to many types of discussions.

Raj Thackeray will fight against the EVM in collaboration with Congress

So far, Congress and other parties have approached the Supreme Court several times . The slips of EVM or VVPAT . There it shows the path of the Electoral Commission the Electoral Commission  . The middle of most of the questions in this election . It is Whether Prime Minister Narendra Modi or Amit Shah is in the process of requesting votes on behalf of armies, air strikes, surgical attacks or appeals for those teaching lessons to Pakistan, in all cases . The Elections Commission cleans Modi and Shah .

Raj Thackeray will fight against the EVM in collaboration with Congress

In this Lok Sabha election in Maharashtra, the BJP-Shiv Sena won more seats in the 2014 elections, and many opposition leaders had expressed their surprise. As in other states of the country, in Maharashtra, the votes cast in the EVMs and the votes in many seats of Lok Sabha have changed. This has led to a case brought by Rajabetty of Swabhimani Shetkari Sanghatana in court and former national president of Kisan Congress Patole has also challenged the election of Union Minister Nitin Gadkari.

Raj Thackeray told reporters in Delhi that before 2014, the Bharatiya Janata Party, which caused the electronic voting machine to hit the court, remained silent after winning the election. He said that the choice that the mathematical machine of choice must establish is not acceptable to us. That is why he also met with the Electoral Commission so that no one would later question why he did not speak with the Electoral Commission before the NDE.

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