Before counting of votes, SP’s demand from EC – mobile jammers should be installed near the counting place
The Samajwadi Party has demanded the Election Commission to install mobile jammers around the counting site on the day of counting of votes on March 10. For this, SP State President Naresh Uttam Patel has written a letter to the Election Commission. It has been said in the letter that there is a possibility of excessive misuse of mobile phones and some kind of hacking around the counting place in all the districts of the state.
With the seventh phase of polling in Uttar Pradesh on Monday, voting was completed in all the seats of the entire state. Voting took place in seven phases in 403 seats in UP. Now on March 10, the Election Commission will count the votes and release the results. Even before that, the Samajwadi Party has expressed the possibility of hacking at the counting place and has demanded to install mobile jammers.
The letter reads, “The Samajwadi Party demands that mobile jammers should be installed near all the counting places of the state, so that free, fair and fearless elections can be conducted.
Let us tell you that after the voting is over on Monday, in the exit polls of different agencies and channels, BJP has been shown to be in power in UP. Akhilesh Yadav’s SP seems to be far away from the majority figures in all the exit poll figures. However, among the exit poll figures, the Samajwadi Party claims that it will get 300 seats in the state.