Haryana RS Polls Row: State INLD Chief Ashok Arora Demands Cancellation Of Polls

| } June 24 , 2016 , 18:06 IST
ASHOKCAHaryana INLD chief Ashok Arora on Friday termed June 11 as a ‘Black Day’ in the history of India and urged the Election Commission to cancel the Haryana Rajya Sabha polls on urgent basis. While talking exclusively to News World India, Arora said, “June 11, the day on which Haryana RS polls held, was the black day in India’s history.” “There must be some conspiracy behind it and I urge the Election Commission to cancel the polls immediately and take stern action on the defaulters,” Arora added. Watch what all INLD chief said about this controversy in this exclusive video: BJP-backed independent candidate and media baron Subhash Chandra was recently elected to the Rajya Sabha from Haryana, after 14 Congress votes were declared invalid. The 14 votes which disqualified was on the ground that they were inked using the wrong pen. INLD and Independent candidate R K Anand said that it was BJP-RSS’s conspiracy. For all the latest news and updates from India and across the globe, follow us on @NewsWorldIN on Twitter and News World India on Facebook