The Election Commission of India Is Being Requested To Be More Vigilant now Also - BY: Balbir Singh Sooch-Sikh Vichar Manch

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The Election Commission of India Is Being Requested To Be More Vigilant now Also:

1. The Election Commission of India Is Being Requested To Be More Vigilant To Maintain the Status of Free, Fair and Fearless Elections of Assembly of Punjab-2017 till the Declaration of All Results on 11 March 2017 Also.


2. The Election Commission of India Deserves a Pat On the Back as Reported, But Still The Election Commission Has To Be More Vigilant In Such Cases As Respected H.S. Phoolka Sahib Has Complained Now For The Gross and Serious Negligence On the Part of Returning Officer Along With Some Identified or Unidentified persons (Must be Known to the Returning Officer ), Intentionally and Deliberately, Entered into Strong Room-Area, Where Voting Machines Are Kept of GILL CONSTITUENCY NOW under the prevailing and prevailed circumstances already brought in the knowledge of Your Honour, the Election Commission of India.


3. The outgoing-retiring, departing Chief Minister, Parkash Singh Badal was constrained-unnatural to hold out a veiled-implied threat after the shoe-throwing incident.


4. So intense and bitter became the campaign that Congress and Akali Dal leaders allowed themselves to get carried away and make unsubstantiated accusations against the AAP leadership.


5. So intense and bitter became the campaign that Congress and Akali Dal leaders allowed themselves to get carried away and make unsubstantiated accusations against the AAP leadership, linking it with terror outfits, without waiting even for an outcome of an initial inquiry into the blast. The outgoing Chief Minister, Parkash Singh Badal, is known to maintain his calm even when provoked. This time he was constrained to hold out a veiled-implied threat after the shoe-throwing incident.


6. Barring the blast and scuffles here and there, the Punjab elections have been mostly incident-free for which the Election Commission deserves a pat on the back.


Submission and an Extract courtesy by: The Tribune, CHANDIGARH

BY:

Balbir Singh Sooch-Sikh Vichar Manch

Posted on Feb 08, 17 | 3:59 am