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If EVM manipulation possible ani opposition parties nijam ga nammitheee anni constituencies lo nominations bove 200 file ayyelaaa cheyyochu kada

then election commission ki no other option except ballot voting

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i think The only party which is pro to EVMs is BJP. No other party is interested in EVMs. its time to fight against EVMs, otherwise BJP will be only party ruling for ever.

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1 hour ago, krish2015 said:

If EVM manipulation possible ani opposition parties nijam ga nammitheee anni constituencies lo nominations bove 200 file ayyelaaa cheyyochu kada

then election commission ki no other option except ballot voting

Appudu deposit fee add cheyyandi 200 x175 constituencies.. deposit fee entha 10000 aa??

aa dabbulu bokka..

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2 hours ago, krish2015 said:

If EVM manipulation possible ani opposition parties nijam ga nammitheee anni constituencies lo nominations bove 200 file ayyelaaa cheyyochu kada

then election commission ki no other option except ballot voting

Nizamabad parliament lo edo try chesaru ankunta? appudu em aindi?

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In the Republic of India, candidates for election to the lower house of the parliament – Lok Sabha – must pay a security deposit of 25,000. For state assembly elections the amount is 10,000. For Scheduled castes and scheduled tribes candidates the amounts are 12,500 and 5,000 respectively. Any candidate who fails to secure more than ten (16.5%) of the total valid votes cast in a first-past-the-post voting system would both forfeit his or her deposit and bail rights.[6][7][8][9]

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