BJP Says ‘Secrecy of Votes Not Ensured’ During Standing Committee Polls, AAP Alleges ‘Goondaism’ at Delhi MCD House

The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has alleged that the secrecy of votes was not ensured during the recently held Standing Committee polls in the Delhi Municipal Corporation (MCD) House. The BJP has accused the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) of ‘goondaism’ during the polls, claiming that they were not allowed to cast their votes in private.

The Standing Committee polls were held on Monday, and the AAP emerged as the majority party with six seats, while the BJP got four. However, the BJP has accused the AAP of intimidating their members and preventing them from casting their votes in secret.

The BJP has alleged that AAP members threatened and intimidated their members, and made it impossible for them to cast their votes in private. They have also accused the AAP of using ‘goondaism’ to win the polls.

The BJP has demanded that the Delhi Election Commission take action against the AAP for their alleged actions. They have also asked the Commission to ensure that the secrecy of votes is maintained in all future polls.

The AAP, on the other hand, has denied the allegations and has accused the BJP of trying to malign their party. The AAP has claimed that the BJP is trying to deflect attention from their own failure to win the polls.

The Delhi Election Commission is yet to take any action on the matter. However, the Commission has said that it will look into the allegations and take appropriate action if found guilty.

The incident has raised serious questions about the fairness of the polls and the secrecy of votes. It remains to be seen what action the Delhi Election Commission will take in this regard.

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