Home Politics There will be tit for tat: Ram Vilas Paswan on Upendra Kushwaha's call for violence over EVMs

There will be tit for tat: Ram Vilas Paswan on Upendra Kushwaha’s call for violence over EVMs

Sounding confident about NDA's victory, Pawan said that sweets and garlands are ready and that the NDA will win more seats than predicted in the exit polls.

Responding to the remarks made by Rashtriya Lok Samata Party (RSLP) leader Upendra Kushwaha calling for violence over EVM tampering allegations, Union Minister and Lok Janshakti Party (LJP) Chief Ram Vilas Paswan said that there will be ‘tit for tat’.

Paswan made the statement during a media interaction session held after the dinner meeting of NDA leaders hosted by BJP National President Amit Shah in New Delhi. Taking a jibe at the statement made by Kushwaha yesterday, he said, “Neither the PM has done anything nor there was anything about it on the proposal. Even Rajnath Singh may not do anything about it. But there will be tit for tat”, Paswan said, hinting that if the opposition’s attempts to incite violence over election results, they will be met with an adequate response.

On the issue of EVM Paswan said that the opposition raises doubt over EVMs when they are aware that they will be losing the election. “When they see their defeat is imminent, they raise doubts about EVMs, but when they won in three States, then they did not say anything on EVMs. Why did they not raise doubts after they won in Punjab?”, said Paswan.

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Sounding confident about NDA’s victory, Pawan said that sweets and garlands are ready and that the NDA will win more seats than predicted in the exit polls. “We will win more seats than predicted by exit polls. Sweets are garlands are ready”, he said.

Upendra Kushwaha while addressing a press conference in Patna yesterday had accused the central government of tampering with EVMs and had urged the Mahagathbandhan allies and the people of Bihar not to hesitate from picking up arms if it was needed to ‘protect their votes’.

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