BJP’s Sanjeev Balyan alleged “pretend” balloting used to be going down in Uttar Pradesh’s Muzaffarnagar as a result of faces of ladies dressed in burqas weren’t being checked.
Muzaffarnagar is likely one of the 8 constituencies in Uttar Pradesh balloting within the first segment of the 2019 Lok Sabha election.
Balyan, who received from this seat in 2014, spoke to newshounds quickly after casting his vote on Thursday.
“Faces of ladies in burqa aren’t being checked and I allege that pretend balloting is being accomplished. If now not appeared into, I can call for a re-poll,” Balyan stated, consistent with ANI.
Union Minister and Muzaffarnagar BJP candidate Dr. Sanjiv Balyan: Faces of ladies in burkhas aren’t being checked and I allege that pretend balloting is being accomplished. If now not appeared into, I can call for a repoll pic.twitter.com/Gphlm2NoRx
— ANI UP (@ANINewsUP) April 11, 2019
In Muzaffarnagar, Balyan is up towards Ajit Singh of Rashtriya Lok Dal. RJD is combating this election in UP in alliance with Samajwadi Birthday celebration and Bahujan Samaj Birthday celebration.