Arunachal: BJP rejects allegation of use of money and muscle power in election
BJP rejects allegations made by opposition parties of “using administrative machinery, money and muscle power to manipulate elections”.
Amid sporadic incidents of violence, series of allegations and counter-allegations in the aftermath of recently concluded general elections, the state BJP, vice President and chief Spokesperson, who is also the contesting candidate of BJP from 15 Sagalee assembly constituency, Dominic Tadar have reassured that the party scrupulously followed the rules and guidelines of ECI to ensure full transparency and free & fair election in the state.
Tadar clarification comes after various opponent parties recently accused the BJP of resorting to unethical ways such as using administrative machinery, money and muscle power to manipulate elections.
Reiterating that BJP believes in secularism, equality and free & fair election, he urged common people to don’t get swayed away by unconfirmed claims made by opposition parties to misguide them.
” Before election our CM, Pema Khandu constantly advocated for free and free elections. And his direction and suggestion were strictly followed by each BJP candidates, ” Tadar asserted.
While welcoming claim and allegation by opposition candidates in different parts of state and tremed it as it happened in election which election commission of India will take note but the BJP ideology to go to the people and will win the election by the love and affection of people have shown by their vote and hope that that the BJP party will minimum secure 45 seats out of 60 in the assembly elections.