CPI (M) leader PK Kunhanandan’s name is also included in this year’s voters’ list. A statement from the Indian Election Commission (ECI) confirmed that Kunjananthan’s name had been struck from the voter list.
In Koothuparamba constituency, Kunjananthan’s name appears on the voter list at booth number 75.
In a complaint filed by a member of Congress in the constituency, the information was revealed.
In June 2020, he will be dead.
However, the voter was found to be alive under this name during the field verification, so the Election Commission rejected the complaint.
In the TP Chandrasekharan murder case, Kunjananthan was the 13th suspect.
While undergoing treatment for stomach ailments, Kunjananthan, who was given a life sentence in this case, passed away in June 2020.
He died while out on bail for treatment for three months.
43.4 thousand dual voters in 140 Kerala districts were released by opposition leader Ramesh Chennithala the day before yesterday.
It was posted on www.operationtwins.com.
The most double votes are cast in the Nadapuram constituency.
Nadapuram received 6171 double votes, according to the list.
Additionally, the website released the names and addresses of voters who voted in multiple booths in the same constituency, as well as the names and addresses of voters who voted in multiple booths in neighboring constituencies using the same photo.
Voter ID numbers and booth numbers for the same person are listed on the website along with his or her name and address, as well as the voter ID numbers for other booths in which he or she has cast a ballot for the same person.