Vastavam web: The Congress Party on Sunday alleged that Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao had two votes in violation of the Election Commision rules. Telangana Congress working president A Revanth Reddy alleged that KCR had enrolled as voter in his native Chintamadaka village in Siddipet constituency and in Erravalli village in Gajwel constituency, where he has a farmhouse.
As per EC rules, one person can have only one vote. In case of new enrollment at a new place, the voter is under obligation to cancel the existing one. EC officials has not yet recieved any compliant about KCR enrolling at two places. Revanth Reddy alleged that the Election Commission had helped the ruling party by unscientifically deleting names of those who are not TRS voters. According to him, between 50 and 200 votes were removed from the lists in each polling station