The Congress has filed an FIR against Nagaland Deputy Chief Minister Y Patton for allegedly violating the model code of conduct during the April 11 Lok Sabha poll in the state.Also Read - CBSE Class 12 Board Exams 2021: Board Acknowledges Error in Sociology Paper on 'Gujarat Violence', to Take Action Against Paper Setters

The party has demanded re-polling at Riphyim Polling Station in Patton’s home constituency — 37-Tyui in Wokha district. Also Read - Punjab Assembly Polls: Akali Dal's Manjinder Singh Sirsa Joins BJP In Presence of Union Ministers

“The FIR against Patton is for serious violation of model code of conduct by entering the polling station wearing a political party’s scarf, and criminal conduct of impersonation and forgery by indulging in proxy voting,” a Nagaland Pradesh Congress Committee release said. Also Read - Breaking News Highlights: 5 Members of Gang in UP TET Question Paper Leak Incident Arrested

The complaint has been filed at Wokha Police Station on Tuesday.

Congress’s demand for re-polling, however, was not accepted for recommendation to the Election Commission by Returning Officer M Patton, who said, “No discrepancies were observed after going through the report of the presiding officer and sector magistrate.”