Karnataka Assembly Election 2023: Election Commission seizes cash, liquor, drugs and freebies | Karnataka Assembly Election 2023: Election officials seized thousands of crores of money, women, property, here are the statistics
The date of the state assembly election was announced and the officials of the Income Tax Department and the Excise Department raided the stalls where money and gifts were collected to lure the voters, and here are the figures that seized crores of money and gifts.
Bengaluru: Karnataka assembly electionto (Karnataka Assembly Election) The code of conduct came into effect soon after the date was announced. This is the background of the Central Election Commission (Election Commission of India) on the instructions of the authorities, the team led by the SP of the district raided and seized the money, gifts and liquor illegally transported without documents at the check posts. Excise Department (Excise Department) Officers and Income Tax Department (Income Tax Department) Authorities seized money, cash and gifts during the raid. The Election Commission has issued the statistics about the seizure of 7,07,79,207 thousand crore rupees. It is said that the money has been seized.
5,80,007 during the attack by election officials and police. 1,156.11 liters of liquor worth Rs.21,76,950. Drugs worth Rs 9,59,68,772 and gift items worth Rs 9,59,68,772 were seized. And 172 FIRs have been registered. Income tax is Rs 3,90,00,000 thousand crores. The money was confiscated.
The Excise Department has seized liquor and narcotics in various parts of Karnataka. 11,66,14,868 Rs. Liquor worth 1,93,051 liters and 12 kg of narcotics seized. 1,81,610. The department seized 150 different types of vehicles used for transportation. The Election Commission has announced that a total of Rs 39,38,44,847 including cash, materials, liquor and drugs have been seized.
Also Read: Assembly Elections 2023; Immigrants will play a crucial role!
Assembly elections will be held in Karnataka on May 10 and the results will be announced on May 13. All the 224 constituencies will be polled once and the election battle will be mainly between Congress, BJP and JD(S).
The Election Commission will open 58,282 polling booths across the 224 assembly constituencies of the state. The average number of voters per polling station is noted as 883. Half of the polling stations will have webcasting facility and 1320 polling booths will be manned by women officers.
Read more state news Click here do