Unlike anywhere else in the country, the affair of the ‘State Election Commissioner’ in Andhra Pradesh has taken many turns, both politically and critically, but in the end the controversy seems to have completely subsided. After taking over as Andhra Pradesh Election Commissioner once again, Nimmagadda Ramesh Kumar has made interesting comments on this occasion.
SEC Nimmagadda Ramesh Kumar emphasized that the Election Commission is an independent constitutional body. He clarified that the SEC would carry out its work only in accordance with the Constitution and the laws and that the Commission would act beyond bias in this regard. Without mentioning the issue of differences with the YS Jagan government, he said ”The AP government has cooperated well with me in the past. I hope it will continue to help in the same way,”
Meanwhile, Nimmagadda Ramesh Kumar, who was officially seated in the Vijayawada office on Monday in the wake of court orders and Jagan government orders on his re-appointment, said that he had in fact taken charge on Friday. After the postponement of the local body elections in March, it was learned that Nimmagadda Ramesh Kumar, had written a letter to the central government asking to send central forces, which led to political storm. He has been working from the camp office in Hyderabad ever since. He took charge only on Friday and informed the collectors of all the districts about this.
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