Bihar Meeting elections have been held between October 28 and November 7 in three phases. The outcomes of which have been introduced on November eight. BJP and JDU gained the elections with 125 seats whereas the alliance of RJD and Congress misplaced. Because the announcement of outcomes, there are claims of fraud by the opposition celebration. Many faux movies and pictures are being shared on social media in regard to this, a few of which we now have debunked right here, right here and right here.
A Fb web page ‘Information Technical Channel’ has posted on social media a video with the caption, “25 सीट पर EVM गड़बड़ी फिर से होगी रिकांउटिंग । बिहार विधानसभा चुनाव 2020.” (Which interprets in English as, “EVM fraud in 25 seats in Bihar Meeting elections 2020, recounting will probably be carried out”.)
This video has been seen for over 69,000 occasions and has over 1000 shares.
One other YouTube Channel, Bahujan Kalyan TV has additionally put a video with title, “बिहार चुनाव का 25 सीटों पर फिर से होगी रिकाउंटिंग #Nitish का CM बनना नामुमकिन #Tejaswi की हवा चली|”.
EVM frauds detected on 25 seats in Bihar and the recounting will probably be carried out.
The Logical Indian first looked for the information on ‘recounting of votes in Bihar Meeting Elections 2020 on 25 seats,’ and was not capable of finding any information relating to the identical.
As a substitute, we discovered a report revealed in Enterprise Customary on November 13, 2020. In line with the report, 11 candidates who had misplaced with a margin of fewer than 1,000 votes had searched for recounting as they weren’t glad with the outcomes. They sought recounting of votes and accused the election authorities of taking sides of candidates of the Nationwide Democratic Alliance (NDA). Lots of them have been planning to problem the choice of ECI in courtroom after the EC had rejected the appliance of recounting for six candidates. The six candidates who sought recounting included, Shakti Singh Yadav from Hilsa, Narendra Singh from Matihani, Sudhakar Singh from Ramgarh, Digambar Prasad Tiwary from Parbatta, and from two different constituencies – Kurhani and Ramgarh.
The Logical Indian listened to the video of Information Technical channel and it stated, RJD chief Shakti Singh Yadav who contested from Hilsa constituency of Bihar has filed a petition within the Excessive Courtroom about fraud throughout vote counting. Shakti Yadav claimed that he initially gained by 549 votes however was lastly declared to be trailing by 12 votes. He additionally alleged fraud within the poll counting; he stated he gained by 17 votes in poll counting however later 16 votes have been dismissed with out giving a purpose for a similar.
The Logical Indian spoke to Shakti Singh Yadav and he stated that he has filed a grievance in Excessive Courtroom for recounting because the authority weren’t honest throughout counting. He stated, “The rule is to first rely the poll votes however they began with the EVM counting and saved poll for the final.” He additionally stated that the votes within the ballots have been disqualified, whereas the authorities had already taken signatures from us and the ballots have been opened in entrance of authorities. He stated he complained to EC relating to similar however no actions have been taken thus, he took the matter to Excessive Courtroom with the hope of recounting will probably be allowed. When requested is there any data on recounting, he stated, ‘Proper now recounting has been denied regardless of offering sufficient causes.”
Election Fee informed The Logical Indian, “Recounting has not been thought of because the claims made by the candidates is legally not possible and Logistically unthinkable,”
Thus, the declare of recounting on 25 seats are false and has not but been declared by Election Fee.
We additionally listened and located that in each the video, there have been no statements of election recounting, so the video appears to be shared with deceptive titles and thumbnails.
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