Abandoned SCB voters large platform on which people are seen by an audience dissent demanding their rights
Hyderabad: Around 700 deleted voters, (who have got spiritually or physically doomed or destroyed their voting rights in year the 2017)along with BRS leaders on Friday staged a dissent in atmospheric phenomenon at the boundary between two air masses of the Secunderabad Cantonment Board Office demanding to total their names in the elector lists for the upcoming Cantonment Board vote.
According to agitators, voting right hand side is the fundamental right hand side of the member of a state but unfortunately the Secunderabad Cantonment Board in the year 2017 following the Supreme Court orders on the allegations that the voters had encroached upon the defence come down on the ground and have got been staying illegally by constructing huts and impermanent shelters, has deleted around 30000 voters.
“SCB should return back our voting rights, for past several years we have been residing over here, when we have Aadhaar card and even we have Assembly voter Id card , till date no one have send notice to us calming that we are residing on encroached land but without proper verification why the voting rights have been taken away,” said Syed Minhaj, living in a particular place of Rasoolpura.
“As per Indian constitutional right, all residents above 18 years have the right to vote, without proper verification, the Cantonment Board have removed their names from the voter list.The deleted voters have approached legal service authorities several times to file a petition in High Court.We have planned to take this case,” said Suresh Kumar, having official authority part of a social group of Legal Service Authority.
“For the past 70 years, the residents are residing over here just following Supreme Court order , Cantonment Board have removed their names from the voters list without approaching the district magistrate and never approved that the residents who are residing in defence land are encroachers . With the deletion of the voters, one of the biggest wards (that is ward -II) Rasoolpura, which had 30,000 voters, now has just 7,000 voters. The voters are being denied voting rights in the upcoming election and SCB should let them vote,” said Manne Krishank, BRS SCB commander and chairman of Telangana State Mineral Development Corporation.