Chandrashekar Rao Shocks with High Court Announcement

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A Big hit to the temporary Telangana Government, Hyderabad High Court has issued a stay on the voter list warning that is set to discharged by the Election Commission on October eighth. In the wake of hearing the contentions, the High Court issued an illumination to the EC that it can’t discharge the main list of voters on October eighth. The EC ought not put out the voters list on its site.

It should initially present the draft to the High Court and the applicants, it included. Following a bearing by the Supreme Court yesterday, the Hyderabad High Court took up the case for hearing today. While a sum of 4 petitions were documented on the issue, the Court rejected two of them. The Supreme Court prior said that the High Court has the ability to arrange a stay on Early Polls, whenever required.

This comes in the background of petitions expressing that counterfeit voters list is doing rounds in Telangana. There have been bits of gossip that 20 lakh (Andhra) voters have been erased from the list. The writ appeal to documented by Marri Shashidhar Reddy has expressed that Telangana has 70 lakh fake votes. Congress pioneers blamed the Telangana government for endeavoring to vitiate the up and coming Assembly surveys by “controlling voters records.

It requested the Election Commission’s (EC) intervention for check and sanitization of discretionary rolls. When we raised the issue with the EC, we were informed that the decrease (of 20 lakh voters) was to a great extent because of voter movement from Telangana to Andhra Pradesh following the bifurcation.

Nonetheless, it has since been discovered that even in Andhra Pradesh, there has been a decrease of near 17 lakh voters. On the off chance that truth be told, a relocation of such an extensive number had occurred, shouldn’t there have been a relating increment in the quantity of voters in Andhra Pradesh , addressed Congress pioneers.

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