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Youth Congress worker claims foul play by Ajay Maken in party elections


A Congress worker on February 6 slammed Delhi Pradesh Congress Committee President Ajay Maken for using his power and position to influence the Indian Youth Congress (IYC) Elections in the favour of his candidate Vikas Chikkara. The worker also attached a audio clip of the DPCC President Ajay Maken speaking to a party worker and asking him to help Vikas Chikkara, Maken was also heard making lucrative promises to the worker.

Youth Congress worker claims foul play by Ajay Maken in party elections

An official complaint has also been filed by IYC worker Mahendra Chaudhary against Maken accusing him of interfering in the fair election process by using his position and power to favour selected candidates. He in his letter wrote, "Ajay Maken had unduly used his political influence on youth voters and had specifically instructed everyone to vote in favour of Vikas Chikkara,"
He added,"Three days before the elections Maken had started calling upon all his influencial political contacts throughout the districts, persuading everone to vote in favour of Vikas Chikkara,"

Chaudhury in his letter claimed that Maken had met Chikkara personally with several Ex-MLAs, councillors, former Congress Candidates along with voters to influnce the election in favour of Chikkara. The letter by Chaudhury also has the support of several other IYC winning candidates.

Oneindia tried getting in touch with Ajay Maken but he was anavailable, the story will be further updated with his comments.

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