Punjab Assembly Elections 2022: Sonu Sood's car confiscated in his sister's constituency Moga
Malvika is a social worker, she has been running a secondary school as well as a coaching class for the IELTS English language test in the town.
Moga: Bollywood actor Sonu Sood's car was confiscated and he was sent home as he tried to enter a polling booth in Moga, according to news agency ANI. His sister Malvika Sood is contesting from Moga as a Congress candidate.
"Sonu Sood was trying to enter a polling booth. During this, his car was confiscated and he was sent home. Action will be taken against him if he steps out of his house", Moga District PRO Pradbhdeep Singh told news agency ANI.
Later, Sonu Sood alleges that candidates of other parties in the Moga constituency were buying votes. He said in a tweet, "Other Candidates in Moga Constituency are buying votes".
Sonu Sood alleged that Akali Dal workers are distributing money at the booths. He said it was his duty to check to ensure fair elections.
"We got to know of threat calls at various booths by opposition, especially the people of Akali Dal. Money being distributed at some booths. So it's our duty to go check and ensure fair elections. That's why we had gone out. Now, we're at home. There should be fair polls".
Sonu Sood's sister, Malvika is a social worker, she has been running a secondary school as well as a coaching class for the IELTS English language test in the town.
Malvika Sood was inducted into the party on January 10, and Sonu Sood was seen with state Congress chief Navjot Singh Sidhu at his residence. This was seen before his sister joined the party. Malvika Sood was welcomed by Punjab Chief Minister Charanjit Singh Channi.
Voting for 117 assembly constituencies across 23 districts of the Punjab Assembly has begun today. Voter turnout was 4.80 per cent till 9 AM.
Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is contesting on 65 seats, former chief minister Capt. Amarinder Singh led Punjab Lok Congress 37 seats, and SAD-Sanyukt will contest 15 seats.