An investigation has been ordered in opposition to Assam division head Himant Biswa Sarma on suspicion of vote casting violations all the way through the Guwahati Municipal Company election marketing campaign.
Assam Leader Minister Himantha Biswa Sarma (photograph PTI)
The Assam State Electoral Fee has ordered an investigation into Leader Minister Himantha Biswa Sarma for alleged vote casting violations all the way through the Guwahati Municipal Company (GMC) election marketing campaign.
The State Electoral Fee has requested Kamrup Metropolitan District Deputy Commissioner Pallab Gopal Jha to analyze.
“I’m hereby advised to ahead a duplicate of the Petition of Grievance dated April 18, 2022 won from Sanjeev Bora, President of AJP, Kamrup (Metro) and ask you to kindly examine this topic and post a report back to this Fee on the earliest,” wrote the Electoral Fee State of Assam in a letter to Pallab Gopal Jha.
The order comes after Asom Jatiya Parishad reportedly filed a criticism with the state Electoral Fee alleging that the Leader Minister violated a style code of habits through saying handouts to landless citizens of Guwahati whilst campaigning for the BJP forward of the GMC elections.
The regional political birthday celebration additionally alleged that Sarma lured electorate through proposing an extension of the Arunodoi scheme, in addition to promising each and every district Rs 10 crore for construction actions.
Elections in all 60 DEC constituencies are scheduled for 22 April. The counting of votes will happen on April 24. A complete of seven,96,829 electorate have the best to vote in 789 polling stations.