As far back as the day of surveying in Andhra Pradesh was damaged with EVM failing and conflicts, it made ill will between the general population and the Election Commission. The decision Telugu Desam Party added fuel to flame and took the fight with EC much further. Presently, with the tussle among TDP and EC getting murkier, the Chief Electoral Officer has issued an announcement on postponement in survey results.
As indicated by Gopala Krishna Dwivedi, AP Chief Electoral Officer, the most awaiting results of AP Assembly and General races will be deferred in light of VVPAT slips checking. When the including of votes in EVMs is finished, it might take an extra 7 to 8 hours to tally the VVPAT slips, he educated mediapersons.
This news has not run down well with ideological groups and individuals in the state. In addition to the fact that they are scrutinizing the postponement in results the honesty of the Election Commission which can begin the tallying couple of hours prior and report the outcomes alongside the remainder of the nation. Be that as it may, the Election Commission appears to have changed arrangement of guidelines for Andhra Pradesh, guarantee ideological groups, who assert that EC has been doing everything conceivable to control the result.
It is normal that in a couple of supporters in the express, the results might be out after 12 pm of May 23rd or the following day. With the updates on defer advancing toward the natives of AP, a considerable lot of them are venting out their resentment against the EC via web-based networking media and are addressing why EC can’t prepare.
Some of them even said that the Chief Electoral Officer himself guaranteeing the postpone demonstrates the lack of ability of the EC in being flippant towards the state. It would appear that it will be a nerve-wracking knowledge for the general population of AP to anticipate the results of the MLA and MP in the state .