Munugode bypolls in Telangana: RSS refutes claims of internal survey, calls it ‘attempt’ to mislead people | India News


Hyderabad: The Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) has condemned the “Internal Survey Report” being circulated on social media and alleged that it was an attempt to tarnish its image and mislead people ahead of the Munugode polls. “”A false statement called ‘RSS Internal Survey Report’ is being circulated on social media today. Posted on 3rd November 2022 in the context of Munugode Bypolls, this report is signed by an unknown person and published openly. Bad intention to confuse and mislead people,” said Kacham Ramesh the official statement of Pranth Karyavaaha of Telangana RSS.

The statement further condemned the “mischievous act” of the Sangh for not conducting such a survey and releasing this fake document, adding, “RSS is a voluntary organization working for the last 97 years with the ultimate national goal.” building through character building. The RSS, as an organization, neither participates in politics nor conducts political polls.”

Calling elections a crucial and critical part of democracy, the statement said the RSS encourages every Indian to “exercise his franchise”, the act of publishing a “falsified document in the name of RSS” mocking and abusing democratic and social values. .

RSS said such actions are not befitting of any responsible individual or organization and added, “Recently, attempts have been made to disparage a voluntary cultural organization like RSS with false, baseless and baseless people. Unbelievable news and comments for political gains.” .

He asked the government and the responsible officials to take strict action against those responsible. Recently on Tuesday, a clash allegedly broke out between TRS and BJP workers on the last day of the Munugode election campaign in Nalgonda, Telangana.

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According to the state’s Chief Electoral Officer Vikas Raj, 298 polling stations have been set up for the Munugode elections and 2,41,855 voters will cast their votes in the elections to be held on November 3. Vikas Raj said, “Election campaign in Munugode will end at 6 pm on Tuesday and the polling time is from 7 am to 6 pm, adding that “around 105 critical polling stations have been identified”.

The official informed that cabin level officers and medical teams are available at all stations, and mentioned that the new design voter ID has been issued for the first time in Munugoden and webcasting has also been implemented at all polling stations. He said 51 teams have been assigned, including aircraft and static surveillance teams have been deployed. “199 Micro Observers are deployed. We have deployed 3,366 companies of state police and 15 companies of central police in Munogod. 185 cases have been registered and 6.80 crores and 4,500 liters of liquor have been seized so far,” Vikas. said Raj.

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