Top BJP leader directed legislators to get 5,000 fake votes in Delhi, claims Kejriwal

Aam Aadmi Party chief Arvind Kejriwal on Saturday said that he had been informed that a top BJP leader had directed his party legislators to get at least 5,000 fake votes in each constituency to win the Delhi assembly elections.

hidden October 25, 2014 19:47:51 IST
Top BJP leader directed legislators to get 5,000 fake votes in Delhi, claims Kejriwal

New Delhi: Aam Aadmi Party chief Arvind Kejriwal on Saturday said that he had been informed that a top BJP leader had directed his party legislators to get at least 5,000 fake votes in each constituency to win the Delhi assembly elections.

In a tweet Kejriwal said: "BJP source -top BJP leader has directed all Delhi BJP MLAs to get at least 5000 fake votes made in each const n get AAP votes deleted."

Top BJP leader directed legislators to get 5000 fake votes in Delhi claims Kejriwal

Arvind Kejriwal. PTI

"Bribe rate-Rs. 1500 for new fake vote, Rs. 200 to get any vote deleted. This info given by someone who did this job for BJP last week," the former Delhi chief minister said in another tweet.

He also said for this he will be meeting election commission officials Monday to lodge a formal complaint.

"We are meeting EC officials on Mon at 11 am and making a formal complaint," he said in another tweet.

Delhi is under President's rule since 17 February.

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