Zee Media crew heckled in Hisar during voting

In an unfortunate incident, a group of people outside a polling booth here shoved the crew members of Zee Media during the voting for 90 Assembly seats in Haryana.

Updated: Oct 15, 2014, 14:05 PM IST

Hisar: In an unfortunate incident, a group of people outside a polling booth here shoved the crew members of Zee Media during the voting for 90 Assembly seats in Haryana.

The incident occurred when a Zee Media reporter stationed outside the polling station in Hisar Industrial Area asked a lady, who came out from the polling venue, if she had cast her vote.

The lady responded in 'yes'. When the reporter asked her to display the blue inked finger, the lady said no indelible ink was used to mark her finger.

As the reporter turned to camera to report that people on election duty might not be marking the voters, the crowd went furious and forced the Zee Media crew to shut camera, heckled them, and alleged that the group was misreporting.

It may be noted that among the crowd were some people who were initially not seen anywhere when the lady was talking to Zee Media reporter.