Madhya Pradesh Assembly Election Polling Update, Counting Date Live: Voting for 230 assembly seats of Madhya Pradesh has started today i.e. on 17th November at 7 am. This time the future of veteran Congress leaders like Kamal Nath and Digvijay Singh will be at stake. At the same time, this election will be important for the political future of BJP’s Union Ministers and four MPs.
Boycott of elections at many polling stations
Elections are being boycotted in many polling stations of Shahdol district. Somewhere the villagers started protesting from morning itself regarding roads, electricity and bridges. More than three hours have passed and not a single vote has been cast in many polling booths. In Nagpura polling station number 10 of Jaitpur, 654 voters boycotted the elections due to the road. In Mitholi polling station number 41 of Jaitpur Assembly, 400 voters have boycotted voting due to electricity problem. At the same time, in Belia polling number 187 of Jaitpur, 500 voters had boycotted voting due to the problem of SECL. There is news of the voting process starting in Belia after the advice of the Collector.
BJP’s Leader of Opposition Vijay Pandey has stopped MP Nakunath, son of former CM Kamal Nath, from entering the polling booth, who is misusing the rules of the Constitution. It is being told that Nakulnath had come to Ward to watch the voting. The issue regarding the booth of Ward 25 continued for a long time.
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Congress, BJP and BSP candidates have been placed under house arrest in Bhind Circuit House. Along with this, Rakesh Singh and Narendra Kushwaha were placed under house arrest. Attack on Congress Assembly candidate Natiraja, allegations against BJP candidate Arvind Pateria, several rounds of bullets fired, Natiraja’s driver Salman died in the attack.
There was uproar at polling station 148 of Dimani assembly constituency. There are reports of stone pelting from both sides. As soon as the information was received, the police force arrived and chased away both the parties. There was news of firing as per the information coming from the polling station. No police officer is confirming. Everyone’s eyes are on Dimani assembly constituency. Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar is the BJP candidate from the assembly constituency. Heavy armed forces were deployed at the polling station.
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