Army officers ask soldiers for voting preference in Leh, DC asks GOC to sensitize officials - watsupptoday.com
Army officers ask soldiers for voting preference in Leh, DC asks GOC to sensitize officials
Posted 11 May 2019 04:55 PM

District Election Officer Leh, Avny Lavasa has asked Ladakh based General Officer Commanding 14 Corps to sharpen his officers about the holiness of decision process.

Avny Lavasa, the DC and region decision officer for Leh, said an objection had been gotten that leaders were supposedly enjoying misbehaviors by getting some information about their casting a ballot inclinations instead of giving them a chance to cast a ballot straightforwardly.

In her letter, Lavasa said a grumbling has been gotten from a challenging contender for the Ladakh Parliamentary Constituency for the Lok Sabha decisions, 2019, where in it is asserted that there are acts of neglect on part of different Commanding Officers of the Indian Army in the electronic postal vote framework. It is asserted that the Commanding Officers are telephonically approaching fighters for their casting a ballot inclination as opposed to providing to them the tally paper for throwing their votes.

"This is a gross infringement of the mystery of casting a ballot and negligence that can possibly welcome exacting legitimate activity. In this unique circumstance, it is mentioned that all the concerned officers might be sharpened about the issue and the sacredness of race process kept up," the letter routed to the General Officer Commanding 14 Corps Lieutenant General Y.K. Joshi peruses.

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