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Vote counting: Opp to remain alert

The opposition parties will closely monitor the vote counting on Monday throughout the state apprehending large scale rigging by the ruling Congress. Led by AUDF, the these opposition parties held a meeting on Sunday at the Circuit House and discussed the situation.The meeting was attended by the leaders of AGP(P), CPI(ML),RCPI,RSP, Samajwadi Party. They alleged that the ruling party utilized the state administrative machinery in the polls. These parties will remain alert in view of the situation. They unanimously resolved to protest if any ragging bid is noticed on Monday.
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