The Election Commission is yet to take a final call into a couple of other bogus voting allegations.
AAP legislator and Cabinet Minister Kailash Gahlot said several voters in his Assembly constituency could not find their names in the voter list.
State Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) Teeka Ram Meena has said strict action will be taken against fraudulent deletion of names from voters’ list.
Voting at the Dharmadam booth was investigated on the basis of a complaint filed by the polling agent of UDF candidate K Sudhakaran.
Mohammed Fayiz, Abdul Samad and Mohammed K N, who reportedly cast bogus votes, are Muslim League workers.
It was KPCC vice-president V D Satheesan MLA who alleged there were large-scale discrepancies in the voters’ list.
The Chief Electoral Officer has directed to take criminal case against K Shyamkumar against whom a report was given by the District Collector on indulging in bogus voting.
Local TV channels had aired the CCTV visuals in which the three women could be seen voting more than twice at polling booth number 17 and 19 at AUP School Pilathara in Kannur district.
He said the Commission should gather more evidence from the footage from web camera and initiate action against those who violated the law, he said.
District Collector D Sajith Babu has begun inquiry into the alleged bogus voting in booth no 48 in Trikaripur.
Repoll was declared at a polling booth in Kalamassery under the Ernakulam Lok Sabha constituency considering a technical snag in the EVM during the poll process on April 23.
Terming the reports in this regard as a matter of serious concern, Chief Electoral officer Kerala Teeka Rame Meena said procedures have begun in this regard.
KPCC president Mullappally Ramachandran has called for re-polling in booths where bogus voting was held.
The instances of alleged malpractice in the Kasargod seat led to the Chief Electoral Officer calling for a report from the District Collector
The legal experts also said the action can be taken against the offenders under the Representation of the People Act 1951.