Re-poll ordered in Bhind booth on November 21
The timing for re-polling at booth number 71, Kishupura in Ater will remain the same from 7 am to 6 pm and indelible ink will be applied on the middle finger of the left hand of voters, said poll officials.
Sources said that move came after there were allegations of breach of confidentiality of elections at the polling booth. EC found that a polling agent was accompanying the voters till the voting area. Action has also been ordered against the presiding officers, said sources. Both the Congress and BJP candidates from Ater constituency have also alleged anomalies and have demanded re-polling at 16 booths each, both on different booths from EC, however no decision on it has been taken so far.
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