MP Election 2023 / Voting picks up pace in Madhya Pradesh - fate of 2533 candidates at stake

Zoom News : Nov 17, 2023, 12:03 PM
MP Election 2023: Voting is going on today on 230 assembly seats of Madhya Pradesh. Voting will take place from 7 am to 6 pm. However, at some Naxal-affected polling stations, voting will be held only till 3 pm. This election of Madhya Pradesh Assembly is no less than a litmus test for both the parties BJP and Congress because this time more than 5.5 crore voters of the state are going to vote on the work of Kamal Nath's government for 15 months and Shivraj's government for three and a half years. . The issue of women's safety and respect dominated the elections this time. From CM to the opposition, everyone openly sought votes on the issue of women. Women voters are going to play an important role in electing the new government in the state. The number of women voters in the state is 2.71 crore, on whom BJP and Congress are eyeing.

27.62% voting till 11 am

The pace of voting has increased in Madhya Pradesh. Till 11 am, 27.62 percent voting has taken place. Union Minister and BJP leader Jyotiraditya Scindia has reached Gwalior. Scindia cast his vote at the polling booth.

Stone pelting on BJP candidate in Bhind

Big news is coming out from Bhind. Stones were pelted at the BJP candidate here. Rakesh Shukla, BJP candidate from Mehgaon Assembly, was attacked in village Monhar. During this, the glass of his car was also broken.

Kamal Nath accuses BJP of buying votes

State Congress President in Bhopal and party candidate from Chhindwara Kamal Nath has attacked BJP. He said that BJP is trying to buy votes through police, money and administration. Kamal Nath claimed that he has a video of BJP distributing liquor and money.

Kamal Nath's son stopped from entering the polling booth

Kamal Nath's son Nakul Nath has been stopped by BJP workers from entering the polling booth. Since then there has been an uproar at the polling booth.

Congress candidate's supporter dies

A case of death of a Congress supporter has come to light in Rajnagar assembly constituency of Chhatarpur district. Congress candidate Vikram Singh Nati Raja also reached the police station to register the case. Vikram Singh alleges that even after his death, FIR is not being registered in the police station.