17 Nov 2023

Madhya Pradesh Election 2023: Congress candidate Vikram Singh's aide crushed to death in Chhatarpur's Rajnagar assembly, BJP candidate Arvind Pateria booked

Madhya Pradesh Election 2023: Violence erupted in Madhya Pradesh during the ongoing voting, with clashes reported in various constituencies. In Rajnagar, Chhatarpur district, an aide of a Congress candidate lost his life following a confrontation between two groups. Congress candidate Vikram Singh (Nati Raja) visited the Rajnagar police station, urging the authorities to register a case, alleging that an individual had died, but an FIR was not being filed.


The police later booked BJP candidate Arvind Pateria and his supporters under sections including murder. I have registered a case.

According to police sources, after Congress candidate Vikram Singh alias Natiraja complained about this matter in Khajuraho police station, the police have registered a case against BJP candidate Arvind Pateria and his supporters under various sections including murder, attempt to murder and started investigation. 


Congress candidate Nati Raja told the police that he was going towards Tauriya Tech last night with his supporters. On the way, they met BJP candidate Arvind Pateria and his supporters, they blocked the road and had an argument with them.

The situation intensified as Vikram Singh emotionally pressed for justice, while BJP candidate Arvind Pateria countered the allegations in a video statement, claiming innocence in the incident where a person was purportedly crushed by his car.

In the Rajnagar constituency, supporters of two political leaders clashed, resulting in the death of Salman, as reported by Chhatarpur Superintendent of Police Amit Sanghi. Vikram Singh accused Salman of being his driver, while Arvind Pateria dismissed the incident as a conspiracy, calling for a judicial inquiry.

5 injured in Mhow

Elsewhere in the state, clashes occurred in Mhow, Indore, where five people were injured in a group skirmish. In Morena district's Dimani constituency, two men sustained injuries during a clash, and in Sumawali assembly constituency, candidates from BJP, Congress, and BSP were directed to convene in one place to maintain peace.

Notably, misinformation spread about firing in Mirdhan village, Dimani constituency, with Morena Superintendent of Police Shailendra Singh clarifying that two individuals were injured in a clash, refuting claims of bullet injuries. In Manglia village, Mhow tehsil, a fight between political groups left five men injured.

In Jhabua constituency, the security guard of Congress candidate Dr. Vikrant Bhuria was injured when stones were thrown at him around midnight on Thursday. The incidents highlight the tense atmosphere surrounding the assembly elections, prompting calls for thorough investigations and heightened security measures.

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