EC wants to set a new precedent of ‘dark secrets’, ‘secluded chambers’
Multi-day before the including of the votes polled in the Lok Sabha election, the Congress on Wednesday termed as "constitutional travesty" the EC's dismissal of Election Commissioner Ashok Lavasa's interest that contradict notes ought to be recorded and asserted that the poll guard dog needed to set another point of reference of“dark secrets” and “secluded chambers” in playing out its obligations.
"A Constitutional travesty! ECI needs to set another point of reference for ‘dark secrets’ & ‘secluded chambers’ in carrying out its sacred responsibilities.
"In the event that CEC can't play fair in its working, would it be able to play fair in guaranteeing free and fair elections?" Congress chief representative Randeep Surjewala composed on Twitter.
His remarks came multi-day after the Election Commission (EC) chose not to record the disputes set forward by the individuals from the "full commission", overruling Lavasa.
On Tuesday, the poll board rejected with a dominant part vote Lavasa's interest that contradict notes ought to be recorded in its requests on model code infringement, days after the stewing pressure inside the EC over the issue moved into the open