4 Nov 2020

Is Scindia Cheated By His Mother And Son

Polling for the by-elections in 28 seats of Madhya Pradesh has ended. The fate of the candidates has now been imprisoned in the EVM, which will now open on 10 November. 

Total voter turnout was 69.93 per cent in 28 seats. Most of the 28 seats were polled in the evening. 78 percent votes were cast in the evening. This by-election was test for Jyotiraditya Scindia, who came from Congress to BJP, then it was a challenge for Kamal Nath to regain power. 

Meanwhile, former Chief Minister Kamal Nath has said that we have received information that money has been distributed with the cooperation of police and administration. But our voter is not going to sell its vote with money. At the same time, Kamal Nath has said that on two places votes were asked by firing. the Election Commission has issued orders for re-voting.

However reports are coming in that Scindia's mother and son did not cast their votes.

On the one hand, Jyotiraditya Scindia was appealing to the people to cast their votes in the by-elections, while Scindia's mother and her son did not reach to cast their votes. 

Only Jyotiraditya Scindia voted from Scindia royalty and returned to Delhi. The Congress have been roasting Scindia for not casting the votes of Scindia's mother and son. 

Congress spokesperson KK Mishra has said in a tweet that Scindia was appealing for voting but his family didn't opted to voted. 

It is a question of respect for the Scindia family where Mother Madhavi Raje and son Maharyaman Scindia failed to stand with him also did not vote. 

Will Madhya Pradesh have a by-election again?

After voting ends on Tuesday in 28 seats of Madhya Pradesh, people are eyeing the results coming on November 10. Meanwhile, the phase of the by-elections did not stop with the news of the by-elections in Madhya Pradesh again. 

In fact, Congress MLA Rahul Lodhi from Damoh assembly seat had resigned from the Congress among the constituents and joined BJP. After which Damoh seat has become vacant. But the Election Commission had completed the preparation for 28 seats, due to which the by-election in Damoh seat could not be held. 

So there will be a by-election in Damoh seat soon.  There have been firing on two Assembly seats on polling day, the Congress has alleged that the voting has not been done properly there. Due to the firing in the area, there was an atmosphere of fear among the voters, therefore, there should be a re-election on both the assemblies.

Serious allegations made by Digvijay Singh.

Former Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Digvijay Singh had alleged during polling in the by-election that an attempt was being made to capture the polling booth and about 17 polling agents have been removed from the polling booth. Therefore, there should be a by-election there also.

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