TDP files a complaint to EC over polling more male votes than in the voters' list
In India, Andhra Pradesh Elections is creating much excitement than any state elections post and pre-polls 2019. Especially, after the polls, the AP politics is revolving around EVMs and the way EC has conducted the elections.
AP CM Nara Chandrababu Naidu' comments on EVMs followed by his plea to consider VVPATS has brought authentication to the speculations of some irregularities in EVMs and the speculations over rigging. In some areas, with the help of Police, some candidates committed to mas-rigging.
Over such incident in Kodur MLA constituency, TDP has written a complaint to EC over YSRCP candidate' mas-rigging. In their complaint, they clearly mentioned that the male votes are polled more than existing in the voters' list.
At Booth No.21, Devamachupalli Village in Kodur MLA Constituency, there are 703 votes in total. Out of them, 337 votes are Male and 366 votes are Women. But, as per the RO certified statement, the Male votes polled are 370, which means the poll percentage is 109.8% which is higher than actually existed. And it apparently indicates of mas-rigging and the votes which polled are not in the voters' list.