Bangalore, Mar 3 (UNI) The State Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) will oppose holding a 'hurried' Assembly elections in Karnataka, without rectifying the faulty electoral rolls list, party's national general secretary P G R Sindhia informed here today.
Speaking to UNI he said, said that a party delegation would meet Chief Election Commissioner N Gopalaswamy and submit a memorandum to this effect.
Mr Sindhia, who was also a member of the Delimitation committee headed by Kuldip Singh felt that the EC should need a minimum of four to six months to complete the process of redefining the assembly as well as Lok Sabha seats.
Criticising BJP leaders, who were demanding CEC to hold immediate elections he said 'fair and free' elections could not be held with the present electoral rolls. "The task of completing the delimitation process should not be done in hasty manner," he said.
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