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Patiala: Khaira accuses AAP of resorting to unfair means | Chandigarh News

Patiala: Khaira accuses AAP of resorting to unfair means |  Chandigarh News

Patiala: Polling remained peaceful on Saturday in Patiala, Fatehgarh Sahib, Anandpur Sahib and Sangrur Lok Sabha constituencies, barring a few complaints of violation of the model code of conduct. Sukhpal Singh Khaira, the Congress candidate for the Sangrur LS seat, has accused the AAP of resorting to unfair means by issuing voter slips with photos of AAP supremo Arvind Kejriwal and making pressure on MGNREGA workers through block development officers and panchayat secretary to vote for AAP. On the other hand, BJP Sangrur candidate Arvind Khanna was accused of entering a polling booth with his party symbol. Returning officer Jatinder Jorwal said, “We have notified Khanna and a report has been sought in the Khaira case. A few other complaints are being verified. Similarly, Dr Dharamvira Gandhi, Congress candidate for Patiala LS seat, accused her rivals of making fake calls with the help of AI in her name. He posted a video on social media claiming that the fake calls were made with false and baseless content as he won the seat by a huge margin.

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