New Delhi: The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) has made strong claims with video evidence that immense efforts were being made to tamper with the Electronic Voting Machines (EVMs). Rajya Sabha member Sanjay Singh, yesterday, tweeted a video and said that voting machines were being illegally taken away from polling booths. Also Read - A Uniform Body Of Law Strengthens The Sovereignty Of State And Uniform Civil Code Is The First Step Towards It

“Did the Reserve (forces) not go with EVM? This official was caught hold of shifting EVM in Saraswati Vidya Niketan School of Babarpur Legislative Assembly,” tweeted Sanjay Singh. Also Read - Self Defence: Cooch Behar Firing Took Place After Locals Attacked CISF Jawans, Says Election Commission

Singh urged the Election Commission to strictly probe into where the EVMs were being taken and if they were being directly taken to strongrooms. The claims and demands come after last evening’s exit polls that projected a landslide victory for Arvind Kejriwal.

However, BJP senior leaders refuted the poll predictions and noted how they have gone wrong in the past. BJP leader Manoj Tiwari had tweeted that all exit polls will fail on February 11, the day of vote counting. BJP’s Parvesh Singh, too, claimed the BJP will win 50 seats, while the AAP will get only 16 seats.

It must be noted that all exit polls have predicted that the Aam Aadmi Party will make a comeback and that too with flying colours. However, even though the BJP may not hit their mark, their performance this time has definitely made an impact better than 2015.

All eyes are now set on Tuesday’s counting of votes that will finally determine, after a long-drawn battle, whether the AAP will make a hat-trick or the BJP will make a comeback.