Delhi chief minister arvind kejriwal has expressed happiness over the supreme Court's strict comment on chandigarh Mayor Elections. He said that thanks to sc for saving democracy in this difficult time.

The supreme court on tuesday (February 20) while commenting on the chandigarh Mayor elections said that it will order re-counting of all the ballot papers. During the hearing, the judicial officer appointed by the punjab and haryana High court presented the ballot paper and other records in the supreme Court.

The supreme court examined the ballot papers and said there were extra "marks" on eight votes cast in favor of the AAP candidate. Let us tell you that voting for the mayor elections was held in chandigarh on january 30. In this election, bjp candidate Manoj Sonkar defeated AAP candidate kuldeep Kumar.

Manoj Sonkar resigns from the post of Mayor

Manoj Sonkar got 16 votes while kuldeep Kumar got 12 votes. Anil Masih, who was the presiding officer in this election, canceled 8 votes. Regarding this, aam aadmi party and congress made allegations of rigging and vote tampering. Also kuldeep Kumar filed a petition in the supreme Court. He demanded re-election. Also accused the officer of lying in the court. Anil Masih also appeared in the supreme Court. During this, the top court asked sharp questions. Let us tell you that before the hearing held on Monday, Manoj Sonkar resigned from the post of Mayor. Meanwhile, three councilors of aam aadmi party (AAP) joined BJP.

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