The political battle of the Lok Sabha Elections 2019 is at its peak. Among all this, the suspicion has been raised over nomination of sacked BSF jawan Tej Bahadur Yadav who is going to fight election against Prime Minister Narendra Modi from Varanasi. Indeed, Tej Bahadur Yadav, after being nominated as an Independent candidate for the first time, he had again filed his nomination as a SP candidate from Varanasi. In the affidavits of these two nomination papers, he has made two separate claims about the sacking of the job. Notice has been issued to Yadav on this issue.
After This issue, Varanasi District Magistrate / District Election Officer Surendra Singh issued notice to Tej Pratap Yadav and given time till 11 am on May 1, Surendra Singh has instructed the Tej Bahadur to present with conclusive evidence released by the Election Commission of India in support of his claim. Tej Bahadur has to submit his clarification to Delhi by issuing certificates from the Delhi Election Commission on 1st May i.e 11 o’clock today.
It is being said that Tej Bahadur asked in question 6 of Part 3 (a) of affidavit filed as an Independent candidate, “Is the candidate sacked in case of corruption or any other reasons under the Government of India or any state government? In response to that, “Yes, April 19, 2017”,
Now, in an affidavit filed as a SP candidate, he wrote that in question “No. 6” in Part 3 (a) of the first nomination papers by “mistake” he wrote “yes” instead of “no”. At the same time, he claimed that he was dismissed on April 19, 2017, but has not been dismissed due to corruption, etc. during the posting by the Indian government and the state government.
If the Election Officer is not satisfied with the reply of Tej Bahadur, his candidature can be canceled.
The election officer himself mentioned this in the notice sent to Tej Bahadur. It has been said in the notice that if a person has been sacked in charge of corruption from the state or central government or his rebellion against the government, he can be disqualified for 5 years from the date of dismissal.