New Delhi: Commenting in a manner that is unbecoming of a public representative, TDP MP CM Ramesh on Thursday issued warnings to the Election Commission that his party would return to governance and inquire into its wrongdoings.
Reacting to the ECI’s decision to order repolling in Chandragiri constituency in Chittoor district, he vowed to approach the Supreme Court and Parliament after the elections. Standing right in front of the ECI office in Delhi, he called it a “BJP Election Commission”.
Finding fault with the decision to hold repolling in Chandragiri constituency, he said voters in the five polling booths had always voted for TDP en masse. He suggested that on April 11, voters had actually voted for TDP in the booths where repolling is scheduled to take place. When asked about if TDP was unnerved by repolling, he yelled at the reporter in question, asking him whether he had any sense.
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