BJP’s ‘most just correct man’, tweets Rahul Gandhi in new assault over EVMs

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    BJP’s ‘most just correct man’, tweets Rahul Gandhi in new assault over EVMs


    Rahul Gandhi shared a video clip of sitting BJP MLA Bakshish Singh Virk and known as him “the most just correct man” in the BJP.

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    Updated: Oct 21, 2019 13: 07 IST

    Congress leader Rahul Gandhi has called BJP lawmaker Bakshish Singh Virk as the ‘most honest man’ in the party.
    Congress leader Rahul Gandhi has known as BJP lawmaker Bakshish Singh Virk as the ‘most just correct man’ in the celebration. (Yogendra Kumar/HT PHOTO)

    Congress leader Rahul Gandhi took a swipe at the BJP on Monday after one its candidates in the Haryana assembly elections purportedly talked about that no topic which button is pressed in the electronic balloting machines (EVMs), votes would accelerate to the ruling celebration.

    Balloting is on for the 90 seats in Haryana the establish BJP’s Manohar Lal Khattar is asking for a 2nd duration of time. Gandhi shared a video clip of Bakshish Singh Virk, the MLA from Assandh seat, and known as him “the most just correct man” in the BJP.

    Virk has talked about that the video is “faux” and it became as soon as an strive by his opponents to defame him and the BJP.

    The most just correct man in the BJP.pic.twitter.com/6Q4D43uo0d

    — Rahul Gandhi (@RahulGandhi)21 October 2019

    The Election Price has issued a stumble on to Virk and has sent feeble deputy election commissioner Vinod Zutshi to the Assandh constituency in Karnal after the video went viral on social media.

    “Zutshi has been requested to have interaction well-known corrective shuffle and guarantee free, stunning and soundless election,” the poll panel talked about in a assertion issued on Sunday.

    Haryana Congress chief Kumari Selja talked about the BJP is aware of this may well likely be “rejected” by the of us and so its MLA became as soon as making such remarks.

    Balloting for every and every the Maharashtra and Haryana assemblies are taking location on Monday. The outcomes will likely be declared on October 24.

    In 2014, the BJP won 47 seats in Haryana and has living itself a target of 75-plus this time.

    First Published:
    Oct 21, 2019 12: 46 IST

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