Haryana Chief Electoral Officer, Mr. Anurag Agarwal said that till date, 5249 complaints related to the violation of Model Code of Conduct in the state, have been received on cVIGIL App.

October 18, 2019
  • Chandigarh, October 17 – Haryana Chief Electoral Officer, Mr. Anurag Agarwal said that till date, 5249 complaints related to the violation of Model Code of Conduct in the state, have been received on cVIGIL App. He said that all the complaints have been redressed within the prescribed time.
  •  The Haryana Chief Electoral Officer said that it is matter of pride that the State people are giving their contribution in conducting the elections in a free, fair and transparent manner by reporting any violations of Model Code of Conduct during the elections through the cVIGIL app, directly to the Commission.
  • Sharing details about the complaints received through the cVIGIL app, Mr. Anurag Agarwal said that out of the complaints received so far, not a single complaint is pending at DCC level.  He said that 126 complaints are under investigation, including 85 in Rohtak district and 21 in Faridabad district.
  • He told that 249 complaints have been received  from Ambala district, 82 from Bhiwani district, six from Charkhi Dadri, 518 from Faridabad, 54 from Fatehabad, 821 from Gurugram, 535 from Hisar, 121 from Jhajjar, 30 from Jind, 461 from Kaithal, 158 from Karnal, 233 complaints from Kurukshetra, two from Mahendragarh, 18 from Mewat, 23 from Palwal, 40 from Panchkula, 33 from Panipat, 55 from Rewati, 767 from Rohtak, 419 from Sirsa, 184 from Sonipat and 440 from Yamunanagar  district were received  on the cVIGIL app.
  • Mr. Anurag Agarwal said that the Model Code of Conduct is strictly adhered to in the General Assembly Election-2019 in Haryana and  to ensure that code of conduct is not  violated, for this the Election Commission of India has also ensured the participation of the general public, so the  general public can also  file their complainant   of any violation  related to Model Code of Conduct  directly to the Commission through  the cVIGIL mobile application.