Chronicle Reporter, Bhopal, The issue of voter lists is being heated up. Congress and EC have come face-to-face Madhya Pradesh’s Congress President Kamal Nath has made a big statement about the Election Commission. Kamal Nath has challenged the Election Commission directly and said that whatever he has alleged in the Supreme Court, prove it. Election Commission is confusing the Supreme Court. If they want to register an FIR then they can, he said.
While addressing media in the State Congress Committee office, Kamal Nath said, “I challenge the Election Commission to prove whatever they alleged, EC is trying to confuse the Election Commission.
Today, the credibility of the Election Commission is in the whole world. We are also helping the Election Commission for impartiality, the complaint we had made was done on the basis of the voter list of 18th January. 24 lakh names have been removed from the list published on 31st July by them. When our complaint was wrong, why the names have been removed? We publicly handed them the CD.
Kamal Nath further said, “We had demanded from the Election Commission that the voter list should be given in text format but they gave us in the image format while it was given in text format to Rajasthan.
If they have given us in the text format then we could have catch duplicate voters. We had complained about the duplicate voters only, despite our demand, they did not give us the list, Election Commission should answer, why they have not given the list whereas we have submitted all the evidence to them on 3rd June.
EC said to SC: documents of the Congress are concocted.
The case of the fake voter list in Madhya Pradesh was heard in the Supreme Court on Thursday. Both, Election Commission and the Congress have kept their aspect in front of the court. Election commission said that the documents which Congress has produced for the fake voter list are concocted. Therefore, court should take the action assuming it as a foul play.
Congress lawyer said, the same documents with full records were given to the Election Commission.Now the next hearing in this case will be on Monday. Congress lawyer Vivek Tankha told the court that they will present the document with full evidence.