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    The Election Commission of India (ECI) has asked the Chief Secretary and DGP of Andhra Pradesh to come to New Delhi due to the recent violence in the state. The ECI is concerned about the violence that happened during the May 13 polling and wants to discuss the issue with state officials.

    The ECI is unhappy with how the state administration and police handled the violence. They are planning to take action against those responsible for the violence, including police officers and individuals involved in violent activities. Cases will be filed against anyone who damaged Electronic Voting Machines (EVMs) and they may face jail time.

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    CEO Mukesh Kumar Meena stated that political party representatives can monitor the safety rooms where EVMs are stored. Additionally, police picketing has been set up in 715 locations across the state to ensure security during this time of unrest.

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