New Delhi: Mudslinging in high-profile electoral battle in Delhi continued on the polling day, Satuday, when Kiran Bedi, BJP's chief ministerial candidate in Delhi, shared a video with media, showing a lady accusing Aam Aadmi Party of intimidating her to not vote for BJP.
After casting her ballot in Neeti Bagh area of South Delhi, Bedi visited polling booths in her contituency Krishna Nagar (East Delhi).
She later shared a video showing a lady, who alleged that AAP workers forced people not to vote for BJP.
When asked if she would register a complaint regarding this, Bedi said she has forwarded the video to “headquarters”.
Alleging that media is reporting selectively, Bedi said if media is fair, they must report this incident.
Later, she tweeted:
Shameless incident recorded by media channels where men, women,young girls narrated how their vote was being bought by an unethical party
— Kiran Bedi (@thekiranbedi) February 7, 2015
Meanwhile, a local said some people threatened to plant bombs in their jhuggis if they didn't vote for AAP.
Earlier in the day, Aam Aadmi Party chief Arvind Kejriwal alleged that liquor and money were distributed last night.
Voters were again back at polling stations across Delhi on Saturday over a year after they delivered a fractured mandate. This time around, the BJP and the AAP have appealed for a majority vote.