In Madhya Pradesh, campaigning for the by-elections in 28 assembly seats is at its peak. At the same time, the Election Commission is also making every effort to ensure fair elections as well as maximum voting. The state will go to polls on November 3 and the counting of votes will take place on November 10.
A total of 355 candidates are in the fray in these elections being held in 28 assembly constituencies of 19 districts of Madhya Pradesh. There are 22 female candidates while 333 are male candidates. Maximum 38 candidates are in Mehgaon assembly constituency of Bhind district while the least 3 candidates are in Badnawar assembly seat in Dhar district. A few days of voting are left in the Madhya Pradesh by-election. In such a situation, the Election Commission is also becoming stricter. After the former Chief Minister Kamal Nath over the controversial statements, the Election Commission has now issued notice to BJP candidate Imrati Devi on one of her statements. They have been asked to reply to the notice within 48 hours. At the same time, voters are being told about the facilities of polling station through sweep activities so that they are not afraid of Kovid-19 epidemic and can vote fearlessly.