Conflict in EC before counting, commissioner Lavasa’s demand rejected

New Delhi: The country is currently waiting for the results of Lok Sabha elections 2019. Everyone is waiting for May 23. Meanwhile, news of differences in the Election Commission has created a stir. In the past, Election Commissioner Ashok Lavasa had raised some questions, on which a meeting was held today by the Election Commission. The results of 2-1 in this meeting have been decided that Ashok Lavasa’s demand in which he asked to made public the issues related to code of conduct, will not fulfil.

Actually, in the past, Election Commissioner Ashok Lavasa had raised questions on the notice sent to opposition leaders and clean chit to Prime Minister Narendra Modi and BJP President Amit Shah. He said that all the papers related to the code of conduct should be made public. There was a big meeting today in the Election Commission on this issue.

Unlike the fears, in the meeting of Election Commission, along with Chief Election Commissioner Sunil Arora, Sushil Chandra and Ashok Lavasa also joined.

Senior Commissioner Lavasa had said in his letter to the CEC that when logic and argument of differences are not written in order, then there is no point in participating in the meeting of his commission. Now the commission says that the arguments of the difference of opinion of any of the three commissioners are recorded in the record of the meeting, but the decision of the majority is published in order.

It was also discussed in the meeting that after leaving the post, many commissioners have kept writing their minds in blog or books, in such a situation, they can comfortably put their points in front of everyone.

Let us tell you that the opposition has been constantly targeting the Election Commission over the issue of Code of Ethics. Now, when the results are in turn, the opposition has stirred the EVM’s anger and the target is once again the Election Commission.