What is the demand of these parties including RJD to hold election from ballot paper, know what JDU said? – India TV Hindi.

RJD demanded election through ballot paper.- India TV Hindi.

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RJD demanded elections through ballot paper.

Patna: The main opposition party in Bihar, the Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD), on Tuesday urged the Election Commission to consider bringing back the old practice of paper ballots in place of electronic voting machines (EVMs) to ensure “free and fair elections”. Elections can be ensured.” RJD made a request in this regard before the Election Commission delegation led by Chief Election Commissioner Rajeev Kumar.

RJD said this to the Election Commission.

Actually, the Election Commission delegation is on a three-day visit to the state. On Tuesday, the second day of the visit, he interacted with representatives of political parties. On this occasion, according to a party memorandum signed by RJD state vice-president Varshan Patel, state spokesperson Chitranjan Gagan and state general secretary Mukand Singh, elections should be conducted through ballot paper to ensure transparency. However, the party also asked that as long as the EVMs remain in use, it should be ensured that the VVPAT slips are shown to the concerned voters after casting their votes and kept in a sealed box until counting. . The RJD also demanded that votes obtained through postal ballots should always be counted before EVMs.

JDU raised this issue

Meanwhile, former JDU national president Rajeev Ranjan Singh alias Lalan Singh said, “We have appealed to the Election Commission to do away with the tradition of holding elections in seven phases in Bihar. This will further burden the state’s resources. We have requested that the voting in the state should not be completed in more than three phases.” According to a statement issued by the CPI (ML), the party voted through ballot paper instead of EVMs. and called for less voting in feudal dominated areas. Along with this, there has been a demand for setting up of polling stations in areas populated by Dalits and other weaker sections. In the absence of suitable buildings in such places, mobile Polling centers should be established.

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