Govt officials with electronic gadgets in Strong Rooms raise suspicion: Singhdeo

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Govt officials with electronic gadgets in Strong Rooms raise suspicion: Singhdeo

Thursday, 06 December 2018 | Staff Reporter | Raipur

Leader of Opposition in the Chhattisgarh Assembly, T.S. Singhdeo on Wednesday said that electronic gadgets and equipment are strictly prohibited in the periphery of strong rooms and if such items are being detected , than it certainly raises suspicion.

“In one such incident on November 27 in Dhamtari, one responsible official of State Government accompanied by four other persons stayed in strong room for more than three hours along with laptop and other instruments”, he said.

“It was surprising to notice that they reached EVMs carrying electronic gadgets”, Singhdeo said.

“Similarly in Baloda Bazar district headquarters some miscreants broke the security arrangement at the rear of the strong room”, he charged.

“Now on December 4 once gain a police official was found using a laptop near Strong Room in Bemetara district headquarters”, he said.

Singhdeo further demanded from the Election Commission to take the matters seriously and order probe.

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