Congress Alleges BJD For Distributing Money To Voters In Ambulance

Odisha, April 3, Abhijit Saha: The Congress party in Odisha has alleged the ruling BJD for distributing money in 108. In this regard the PCC has lodged a complaint with the ECI against the ruling party alleging distribution of money between the voters through 108 Ambulance as well as Police jeeps in Odisha.

Congress Alleges BJD For Distributing Money To Voters In Ambulance

Congress Alleges BJD For Distributing Money To Voters In Ambulance

Congress said that the ruling party is using money and power and also misusing the government’s machinery to get votes. They also said that BJD is using money through police jeeps under guidance of some police officials.

The complaint has been lodged by Subhankar Sarkar. He is the secretary of All India Congress Committee (AICC) and also the deputy in charge of party affairs in Odisha. He has lodged the complaints with the Election Commission of India.

The vice president of Pradesh Congress Committee Gurupada Nanda has also lodged a complaint with the Chief Electoral Officer Mona Sharma. In the complaint he demanded action against the senior police officials who are involved in the distribution of money.