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JAMMU: Jammu and Kashmir Pradesh Congress Committee (JKPCC) on Thursday said that government deliberately created mess in the elections to the chairperson and vice chairpersons of DDCs by not inserting the anti-defection law and not adopting open voting system like in the Municipal Corporations in J&K.JKPCC, in a handout issued on Thursday, said that when the open voting system has been introduced in the elections in sub Committees of Municipal Corporation, why not in this more significant elected bodies.The reasons are obvious and the Congress as well as other opposition had already aired their genuine apprehensions in this regard, it said.The kind of horse trading and use of machinery witnessed in these elections are unprecedented and the government is fully responsible for this, it said adding that in many districts minority was converted into majority and majority into minority, showing a thumb to the mandate of the people.“This has sent a wrong message to the people in the sensitive region and shall have adverse effects in faith of the people in the electoral system,” JKPCC said.
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