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Thursday, 13 August 2020 8.57 PM IST

What happened in Manjeswaram was not bogus voting, says Rajmohan Unnithan

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KASARGOD: The woman arrested on the complaint of bogus voting in Manjeswaram is not involved in it, said congress leader and MP Rajmohan Unnithan. Talking to a private channel, he said it was not an attempt of bogus voting and her arrest was unnecessary. As there are two Nabeezas in a house, she brought the slip of another booth.

After the presiding officer at Bakrabayal polling station was suspicious of Nabeesa, he immediately registered a complaint and the police took her into custody.

She was not a voter in the constituency. Her name was not in the voters list after she left the place after marriage. There is another Nabeeza here who has her vote here.

She did not have her voters slip with her. When she entered the booth to cast her vote, the agents stopped her. Following that, the presiding officer examined the details and found that she has no vote here.

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