The BJP suffered a major setback in Dhar district before the Madhya Pradesh by-election. About 300 BJP workers joined the Congress at the Congress event held here on Wednesday. Along with the Bharatiya Janata Party, the strong leader of the district and BJP minister Rajwardhan Singh Dattigaon has given a big blow. Prior to the by-election, such BJP workers leaving the party together and joining Congress is no less than a big shock for Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan. Former Home Minister Bala Bachchan was also present in the program organized by Badnavar area Congress leader and by-election candidate Dhruv Narayan Singh Bidwal.
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300 activists left the BJP and joined Congress in the presence of Congress leaders, including former minister Honey Baghel, District Congress President Balmukund Singh Gautam, Jhabua MLA Kantilal Bhuria. Let me tell you that even before this, the BJP had joined the Congress party in large numbers here. On the other hand, after Rajwardhan Singh Datti village joined BJP, his staunch Congressman from the region also joined BJP.
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Let me tell you that before this, veteran leader of Gwalior Dr. Satish Sikarwar has also left BJP and joined Congress. Satish Sikarwar met at the residence of state Congress President Kamal Nath and met the hundreds of his supporters and joined the Congress. During this, former Chief Minister Kamal Nath welcomed Satish Sikarwar wearing a tricolor scarf and congratulated and congratulated the workers on joining the Congress.
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Satish Sikarwar leaving the BJP and suddenly joining the Congress is no less than a shock for Jyotiraditya Scindia and Shivraj Singh Chauhan. Because Sikarwar’s Gwalior BJP has a very strong following and has a strong hold on the people and workers here. Now, Kamal Nath will benefit from joining Congress.
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Explain that, regarding the Madhya Pradesh by-election, the Election Commission has said that voting will be done on all 27 seats before November 29. The Election Commission has made a big announcement on Friday, saying that by-elections will be held along with the Bihar assembly elections. The Election Commission said that there are 64 such assembly seats in the country where by-elections are to be held, including 27 assembly seats in Madhya Pradesh.
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Along with this, the Election Commission has said that elections will be held on 29 Lok Sabha seats before 29 November. At the same time, the Election Commission has also made it clear that Bihar Assembly elections will also be held before 29th November. The Election Commission says that many states had sought to postpone elections in view of the Corona crisis and floods, but the decision has been taken on the basis of the report of the CEO and Chief Secretary of the states.
After this decision of the Election Commission, it is expected that Madhya Pradesh may now be voting till November middle. Earlier on August 21, the Election Commission had issued guidelines for holding elections keeping Corona in mind. According to this guidelines, a candidate has to submit security money online for nomination papers, affidavits and nominations.
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According to this, all people will put on masks for the election work. Thermal scanning will be done during entry into the hall, room or premises associated with the election. Sanitizer, soap and water will be provided there. Everybody has to follow social distancing. Five people will be allowed to go door to door.
Due to Corona, the Election Commission increased the number of additional 2225 booths
Collectors of all sub-districts in Madhya Pradesh have given their consent to the Election Commission to hold elections. Given the preparations of the Election Commission, it is expected that elections may be held after October 15. Sensing the threat of Corona virus, it has been decided to increase the number of additional 2225 booths in these elections.
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