TTV Dhinakaran alleges EVMs didn't register votes of AMMK supporters, to file complaint with Election Commission
Dhinakaran alleged that the votes of AMMK supporters were not registered and claimed that there are instances where no votes were cast for his party.
However, Dhinakaran claimed that he cannot approach any court as he has no evidence to ascertain his claim
AMMK could only muster an estimated vote share of 5 percent in the Parliamentary elections and Assembly by-polls
The DMK-led alliance in Tamil Nadu routed rival AIADMK by winning 37 out of 39 Lok Sabha seats
Chennai (Tamil Nadu): Amma Makkal Munnetra Kazhagam (AMMK) leader TTV Dhinakaran on Sunday said that he will file a complaint before the Election Commission regarding non-registration of votes in the polling booths during the Lok Sabha elections.
"It is very strange that many of our supporters had voted for our party but, their votes have not been registered, there are instances where no votes were cast for our party. How is it possible? Election Commission has to clarify. We are collecting the details of booths and we will file a complaint at the Election Commission later," AMMK chief told media persons.
He, however, claimed he cannot approach any court as he has no evidence to ascertain his claim.
AMMK could only muster an estimated vote share of 5 percent in the Parliamentary elections and Assembly by-polls, whose results came to the fore on 23 May.
The DMK-led alliance in the state, which includes the Congress, Viduthalai Chiruthaigal Katchi (VCK), Communist Party of India (CPI) and Communist Party of India (Marxist) along with several other smaller parties, routed rival All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (AIADMK) by winning 37 out of 39 Lok Sabha seats.
DMK, alone, was able to sweep the state by winning 23 seats, with a vote share of 32.76 percent. The AIADMK, which partnered the BJP for the general elections, managed to win just one Lok Sabha and won nine seats in the by-polls.
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