Before the counting of votes for the Uttar Pradesh assembly elections, Samajwadi Party has demanded webcasting. A letter has been written by the Samajwadi Party to the Election Commission for this. The Samajwadi Party has written a letter to the Chief Election Commissioner before the counting of votes on March 10, demanding webcasting of the counting process in all the constituencies of all the districts and providing a link for it to all the political parties so that the counting of votes can be seen live. Samajwadi Party believes that webcasting is necessary for transparent and fair counting of votes. In the letter written to the Election Commission, it has been said that webcasting of counting of votes should be done in all the assembly constituencies of the state.
Webcasting necessary for fair counting – SP
Just before the counting of votes in UP, Samajwadi Party has said in a letter to the Chief Election Commissioner that in the 2022 Uttar Pradesh Assembly General Election, webcasting has been done at more than 50 percent of the polling places on the day of polling in every assembly of the entire district of the state. . The link for the webcasting was given to the Election Commission of India, the Chief Electoral Officer and the District Election Officer. Commission officials were watching the voting live. The counting of votes for the state assembly elections will be held on March 10, 2022. Webcasting of counting of votes should be done in every assembly of all the districts of the state. Also, its link should be given to political parties so that they can watch the counting of votes live, so that transparent, free and fair counting can be done.
Samajwadi Party writes to Chief Election Commissioner ahead of counting of votes tomorrow, demands webcasting of the counting process in all constituencies across all districts & that the link for the same be made available to all political parties so that it can be watched live. pic.twitter.com/HelcYurwTK
— ANI UP/Uttarakhand (@ANINewsUP) March 9, 2022
Counting of votes on March 10
Let us inform that after the end of the Uttar Pradesh assembly elections, EVMs are in discussion. Former Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister and Samajwadi Party chief Akhilesh Yadav has raised the issue regarding the EVM movement. Elections have been conducted in total 7 phases for 403 assembly seats in UP. Counting of votes will be done on March 10. Earlier, in most exit polls, BJP has been shown returning to power.
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