The Congress on Monday made 30 complaints to the Election Commission about alleged glitches in EVMs across the 17 Lok Sabha constituencies in Maharashtra where polling is underway.Also Read - Amravati Murder: Gruesome Details Emerge; Chemist's Brother Says Umesh, Accused 'Good Friends' Since 2006

A majority of the complaints came in from Dhule and Nandurbar, the party said, prompting ally NCP’s state chief Jayant Patil to claim that something was “fishy” in the two seats. Also Read - BJP's Rahul Narwekar Elected New Maharashtra Assembly Speaker

“Complaints have been made to Election Commissioner, Chief Electoral Officer and other authorities concerned via e-mail,” the Congress said in a statement. Also Read - Shiv Sena Office In Maharashtra Assembly Sealed After Two Groups Claim It

Patil too said that complaints were coming in from several seats where the election is being held, and questioned if the Electronic Voting Machine glitches were being caused deliberately.

“The districts like Dhule and Nandurbar are bastions of the Congress. There is definitely something wrong if EVM malfunctioning complaints are coming from such places. There is something fishy!” the NCP leader tweeted.