In his complaint to the district election officer, Saravanan said that he believed that placing electronic gadgets near strongroom would help in tampering with voting machines.
He also accused DMK candidate V Senthil Balaji of preventing people in AIADMK strongholds from voting.
With a 84.33 per cent turnout, Aravakurichi topped the four by-election constituencies that went to the polls on Sunday in terms of voter participation.
The much-hyped by-election at the Tirupparankundram assembly segment on Sunday recorded a voters turnout of 74.14 per cent.
A total of 137 candidates including those from the AIADMK, DMK, TTV Dhinakran led AMMK and Kamal Hassan's MNM are in the fray in the four seats.
The bypoll was necessitated due to the demise of sitting BJP MLA and former chief minister Manohar Parrikar.
Preparations were in full swing in Kundgol in Dharwad district, and Chincholi in Kalaburagi district, for the by-election on Sunday.
The election would be held from 7am to 6pm on Sunday, he said.
For the 2,05,273 voters, including 1,06,219 women, transgender voters and 24 service voters in the constituency, there are 250 polling stations at 173 locations, which have been split into 22 zones.
Sulur, Aravakurichi, Ottapidaram (SC), and Thiruparankundram constituencies to witness multi-cornered contests as all major parties have fielded candidates
North Goa Collector R Menaka said a report on the BJP complaint would be submitted to the CEO by Saturday evening.
The Election Commission has set up more than 1. 12 lakh polling stations for smooth conduct of polls.
The Sulur seat fell vacant in March following the death of AIADMK MLA R Kanakaraj who died following cardiac arrest.
It alleged that the AIADMK workers were using their party district office at Thoothukudi situated outside the territorial limit of Ottapidaram constituency to bypass security.
The hectic campaigning in which top leaders from both Congress and BJP made Kundgol taluk their base came to an end on Friday.