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AAP claims EC agreed to hold probe in call centre issue without Delhi police involvement

The AAP Friday claimed that the Election Commission has agreed to its demand to probe, without the involvement of the Delhi police, the allegations that a call centre hired by the party was making misleading calls to people about deletion of their names from electoral rolls. Emerging out from the EC premises, after three rounds of meeting in the last 10 hours, Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia told reporters that senior officials of the the commission listened seriously to AAP s complaints about the raids at the call centre, hired by the party to make people aware about the deletion of their names from voters lists. However, there was no immediate response from the Election Commission. The raids were conducted to harass call centre employees, including women who were made to stand, he alleged, adding, the EC, including the three election commissioners listened to the AAP delegation, the Delhi CEO and the police officials. And, the Election Commission has agreed to hold a ...


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