It is learned that in the Tirupati by-election, a controversy has arisen over the allocation of a glass symbol by the Election Commission to a new party candidate. Leaders of both the parties are accusing the ruling party of being behind the conspiracy in the wake of Janasena supporting the BJP candidate in this election. He went to Delhi and complained to the Central Electoral Commission. Following this, the Central Election Commission (CEC) canceled the glass symbol allotted to the new party. This seems to have given a big boost to the BJP.
Led by Union Minority Affairs Minister Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi, BJP leaders Sujana Chaudhary, GVL Narasimha Rao, Sunil Devdhar, CM Ramesh, Janasena Political Affairs Committee Chairman Nadendla Manohar and others on Monday (April 5) handed over the party’s nominee Sunil Aurora to Chief Election Commissioner Complained about the allocation.Immediately inquired into this and asked the party to allocate another mark. Easy to consider this complaint urgently in the background … finally decided to cancel the mark.
It is learned that retired IAS Ratnaprabha is contesting the Tirupati by-election on behalf of the BJP. The Janasena party has declared full support for the BJP candidate. Already Janasena Pawan Kalyan has also campaigned on behalf of the BJP candidate. At a time like this, the allocation of the Janasena election symbol glass to the new party has caused a stir among the Janasena and BJP factions. Both parties have accused the ruling party of plotting to confuse voters. In the last assembly elections, it was questioned whether the glass and glass symbol allotted to Janasena in the recent local body elections should not be allotted to another party.
Simultaneous local body elections have been accused of conspiring to allot the same symbol to different parties in the Tirupati by-elections. He immediately went to Delhi and complained to the Central Electoral Commission that the glass mark allotted to the Navataram party was finally canceled. Another symbol will be assigned to that party.