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Vishal meets CEO over nomination

DNMUM402554 | 12/7/2017 | Author : G Jagannath | WC :293 | Politics & Governance



Chennai: A day after his nomination as an independent candidate for the December 21 RK Nagar bypoll was rejected, actor Vishal Krishna on Wednesday complained to the Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) Rajesh Lakhoni. Vishal sought a reversal of the decision by the Returning Officer (RO) of RK Nagar Assembly Constituency who rejected his papers after accepting it initially.
In a written complaint submitted to the CEO, the actor detailed on Tuesday’s events that led to the ultimate rejection of his nomination papers. “People know what happened yesterday. They know how a rejected application was reconsidered before being rejected again. I have submitted a complaint to him (Lakhoni) on all that happened,” Vishal told reporters at the S
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