New Delhi: The third phase of polling is going on. Meanwhile, many Samajwadi Party leaders questioned the EVM. Azam Khan and Dharmendra Yadav have questioned EVMs. Meanwhile, Uttar Pradesh's former Chief Minister and SP President Akhilesh Yadav have also raised questions by tweeting. Akhilesh Yadav tweeted that news of EVM malfunction is coming across India.
He took to his twitter and tweeted, “EVMs across India malfunctioning or voting for the BJP. DMs say poll officials untrained to operate EVMs. 350+ being replaced. This is criminal negligence for a polling exercise that costs 50,000 crs. Should we believe DMs @ECISVEEP, or is something far more sinister afoot?”
Let us tell you that in Badaun, SP candidate Dharmendra Yadav and Azam Khan from Rampur also questioned the EVM and Election Commission. The third phase of polling for the Lok Sabha elections was held on Tuesday. Polls are being held in 10 seats in Uttar Pradesh. There are 1,78,10,946 voters in these ten seats. The number of women is 96,20,644 and the number of men is 81,89,378. Polling started from seven o'clock in the morning. It will continue until 6 pm. Moradabad has the highest 19,56,174 and Eta has the lowest 16,17,962 voters. The number of total candidates in the third phase is 120, including 14 women candidates.