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Fake voters in lakhs in Varanasi, Welfare Party asks Modi to resign
   
Fake voters in lakhs in Varanasi, Welfare Party asks Modi to resign

New Delhi 27th November, 2014. Welfare Party of India asked for the resignation of Prime Minster Narendra Modi in the wake of the stunning revelation that the Election Commission has traced 3,11,057 fake voters who did cast their votes in Varanasi in the recently held Lok Sabha election. Party General Secretary P.C. Hamza in a statement said that the half-way finding made after visiting every household of the constituency personally by the Election Commission officials is shocking and a shame on the democracy of which we boast much. “The Varanasi District administration expects the number of fake voters might reach above six lakhs when the verification process will be over. A high level and impartial investigation has to be announced at once. There is something fishy in the episode and to ensure transparent and fair investigation, Mr. Narendra Modi must resign on moral grounds. Mr. Narendra Modi had won election from the seat with a margin of 3,71,784 votes defeating Arvind Kejriwal of Aam Admi Party,” Welfare Party of India strongly demanded.


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