Naidu Meets Arvind Kejriwal In Delhi
Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu met his Delhi partner Arvind Kejriwal at the latter's residence here on Friday, two days in front of the finish of Lok Sabha elections.
The two heads purportedly talked about the most recent political advancements in perspective on the Lok Sabha elections amid the gathering that was additionally gone to by Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia.
Prior in the day, Naidu had Chief Election Commissioner Sunil Arora with respect to re-polling in five polling stations under Chittoor parliamentary constituency in Andhra Pradesh on May 19.
After his gathering with Arora, the TDP chief named EC a 'one-sided body' which gave "dubious and pro-government choices".
"EC's choices pro-establishment, pro-government. And furthermore, on the off chance that you see for the last numerous days they are supporting the administration," Naidu told journalists here.
He had "emphatically restricted" the EC's choice to hold repolling at five booths and named it a "halfway uneven and undemocratic" choice.
On Wednesday, the poll body had pronounced the polls hung on April 11 in these five stations 'void' and requested that re-polling be directed from 7 am to 6 pm on May 19 as a major aspect of the seventh and last period of polling.