Lok Sabha Election Result 2024: 'If you see anything wrong then...' Congress issued helpline numbers for workers, Kharge said this big thing


Posted on 4th Jun 2024 01:29 pm by rohit kumar

Only a few hours are left for the counting of votes for the Lok Sabha elections in 2024. The counting of votes will start at 8 am on Tuesday (June 4), the Election Commission has completed all the preparations for this. Along with this, the country's main opposition party Congress has issued a helpline number to its workers.

 

Congress has issued two helpline numbers regarding possible disturbances during counting. The party has instructed the workers that everyone has to be vigilant and if they see any rigging in the counting, then they should immediately make a video of it and send it to the helpline number. For this, a big legal team has been assigned the responsibility at the Congress headquarters.

 

Workers should stay in touch with the public in their respective areas

The party has said, "Every Congress worker should stay in touch with the public in their respective areas. Send every information to the Congress headquarters. We have to prevent any possible disturbance in the counting process. This time the election result will bring a mandate to save democracy. Everyone should be alert. Together we will change the situation. Send videos on these numbers +91 7982839236 Report complaints: +91 9560822897."

 

An open letter written to all officials and civil servants

Meanwhile, Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge has written an open letter to all the officials and civil servants of the country. He has said in the letter that it is important for the institutions of the country to remain independent and has urged the bureaucracy to follow the Constitution.

 

I am writing to you in the capacity of the Leader of the Opposition - Kharge

Kharge has written in the letter that I am writing to you in the capacity of the Leader of the Opposition (Rajya Sabha) and the President of the Indian National Congress. He said, the elections for the 18th Lok Sabha have been completed and the counting of votes will take place tomorrow, June 4, 2024. I would like to congratulate the Election Commission of India, the Central Armed Forces, the police of various states, civil servants, district collectors, volunteers, and each one of you who were involved in the execution of this huge and historic task.

 

Congress established many institutions based on the Constitution of India

 

Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel, our inspiration and India’s first Home Minister, called civil servants the “steel frame of India”, he said. The people of India are well aware that it is the Indian National Congress that established many institutions based on the Constitution of India, laid their solid foundation, and created mechanisms for their independence.

 

Independence of institutions paramount

 

Independence of institutions is paramount, as every civil servant takes the oath of the Constitution that he will “faithfully and conscientiously discharge his duties and deal with all manner of people by the Constitution and the law without fear or favor, affection or ill-will”. In this spirit, we expect every bureaucrat and official - from the top to the bottom of the hierarchy - to discharge their duties by the spirit of the Constitution, without any pressure, threat, or coercion of any kind from the ruling party/coalition or the opposition party/coalition.

 

Some institutions are sacrificing their independence - Kharge

 

The Congress Party, through the Constitution drafted by Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, Dr. B.R. Ambedkar, Dr. Rajendra Prasad, Maulana Azad, Sarojini Naidu, and our countless inspiring founding members, not only created the framework for strong governance but also ensured positive action by giving representation in our autonomous institutions to the marginalized in the bureaucracy and civil society, Kharge said in the letter.

 

India's democratic values ​​are being damaged

The last decade has seen a systematic pattern of attacking, weakening, and suppressing our autonomous institutions by the ruling party. As a result, India's democratic values ​​are being damaged. There is a widespread tendency to turn India into a dictatorial regime. We are increasingly seeing some institutions giving up their independence and shamelessly following the dictates of the ruling party. Some have completely adopted their style of communication, their modus operandi, and in some cases even their political rhetoric. This is not their fault. With dictatorial power, intimidation, coercion, and misuse of machinery and agencies, this tendency to bow down to power has become a way of their short-term survival. However, the Constitution of India and democracy are casualties of this disgrace.

 

Bureaucracy must not be afraid...

The Indian National Congress now urges the entire bureaucracy to follow the Constitution, perform their duties, and serve the nation without any fear, favor, or ill will. Fear no one. Do not succumb to any unconstitutional means. Fear no one and discharge your duties based on merit on this counting day. We owe future generations a vibrant democracy and a long-lasting Constitution crafted by the makers of modern India.

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