Pune, March 22: Ahead of the Assam State Elections, the Legal Rights Observatory (LRO) has moved to the Chief Electoral Officer (CEO), Assam with a complaint against Congress candidate for 84-Batadrawa LAC Sibamoni Bora. LRO further has sought prosecution of Sibamoni Bora for her illegal act of inducting illegal Bangladeshis in voters list when she was a BDO in gross dereliction of duty endangering the nation’s security and completely undermining India’s free and fair democratic elections.
While addressing a public meeting the Congress candidate has publicly admitted of enrolling ineligible persons in the voter lists of 84-Batadrawa LAC using her official capacity as Block Development Officer without verifying and examining the documents despite knowing that these persons are not eligible to be enrolled as voters. The illegality came to light in a video uploaded by her in her facebook account.
Assam has been overwhelmed with illegal Bangladeshi infiltrators changing the demography, indigenous tradition and culture of Assam is an acknowledged fact even by the apex court of India. Illegal Bangladeshi Muslims have illegally obtained government issued identity documents like the Aadhaar cards, Voter ID cards, Ration cards etc claiming they are Indian citizens with the aid of an organised Islamist mafia including Islamist political heavy weights like the AIDUF’s Chief, Baruddin Ajmal and Congress through their clout in the bureaucracy and administrative system.
Shibamoni Bora is the Congress candidate from Batadrava constituency in Nagaon district. Bora appealed at election rallies in Batadrava, apparently in Muslim majority areas for votes on the basis of her service to the community as a government officer even before she joined politics, by being lenient with inclusions of people in voters list without due verifications.
In her speech seen in Pratidin Time, Sibamoni Bora can be heard saying, ‘me and my father and have been working for you for a long time. A lot of you people have got voting rights because of me, I can claim that. Because when I was a BDO here, when hearings took place (for updating voter lists), I had accepted all the applications without a single house visit. Those who are voting now here, I had enabled them to do so. If I had not done that at that time, you would not have got the voting rights.’
The LRO has further informed through its latest tweet that its complaint against Sibamoni Bora has been forwarded by the Election Commission Of India to the Chief Electoral Officer, Assam. The LRO also stated that a time limit of two days is set for redressal and was very confident about the cancellation of Bora’s nomination if the investigation of the video put out by the Pratidin Time is authenticated. It is hoped that all central agencies including the Election Commission Of India in light of the above incident takes the issue of perusing the inclusion of illegal non-Indian citizens in the voters list making a mockery of electoral democracy and also posing grave security threats to the nation.