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Shared photo of EVM machine on Facebook, said – I have not voted yet Rupali Patil Thombare Shares EVM Photo; NCP Leader | Kasba Pimpri Chinchwad By Election | Rupali Patil Thombare Get Updates

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Pune 6 hours ago, NCP leader Rupali Thombre Patil is accused of taking a picture of the EVM machine while exercising her right to vote while voting in the by-election in Kopi Linkkasba constituency. But Rupali Thombare Patil has claimed that this photo was sent to her by a voter and she has not voted yet. Rupali Thombare said that a voter sent her this photo. I put it on the page. This photo is not mine. Chief Minister, Deputy Chief Minister should inquire. I haven’t voted yet. So how will my photo come? I will vote at 5 pm. He has said that the system should investigate till then. But Rupali Patil Thombare has breached the privacy. Will the Election Commission take notice of this matter? This question is now being raised by the opposition. Voting for the Kasbapet and Chinchwad assembly by-elections has started in the morning. Voters have started participating in polling by attending the polling station in the morning. A large police force has been deployed in both the constituencies for this election. These candidates are Ashwini Jagtap from BJP, Nana Kate from NCP and Rahul Kalate as an independent candidate in Chinchwad. The contest is between Congress candidate Ravindra Dhangekar, BJP’s Hemant Rasane and Anand Dave of the Hindu Federation. The photo shared by Rupali Patil Thombare clearly shows who was voted.Post by Rupali Thombare Patil What does the law say?Voting is confidential under Section 130 of the Representation of the People Act 1951. A voter has to maintain secrecy about whom he has voted for. If there is a breach of privacy by the voter, he can be prosecuted under Section 130 of the Representation of the People Act, 1951. More news…

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