BJP-Congress claim victory, result on Dec 3

Reputation of two stalwarts — Vijayvargiya and Shukla — at stake in Indore

Chronicle Reporter, Indore
On Friday, the fate of candidates on nine seats in the district was sealed in EVMs. There was enthusiasm among youth and elders regarding voting. The pace of voting was slow in the morning but by evening, queues were seen at many polling booths.

More voting was done in rural areas rather than cities. During this period, there were disputes at some places, while at many places there were reports of EVM malfunctioning.

There was enthusiasm regarding voting in the district since morning. People started standing in queues at polling stations this morning. The candidates also came to vote with their family members and friends. Arrangements were made at the polling stations for the convenience of the voters. There was an arrangement for sitting and drinking water. The association had arranged for free

Poha before 9 am for those who voted at 56 Dukane. Long queues were seen in Muslim dominated areas of assembly 5. Same was the situation in other Muslim areas also. However, initially the pace of voting was slow in other areas of the city. By evening, queues were seen at the polling stations. Those who had entered the voting area at the polling stations at 6 pm, arrangements were made to vote by giving them tokens after 6 pm. An average of 66 percent voting took place in the district till 5 pm in the city. The highest was 75 percent in the evening, the lowest was 61 percent in Indore-2. The final result was awaited till the time of writing the news. Controversies also took place at many places during voting. Congress and BJP came face to face in the afternoon in Sindhi Colony of Indore-Assembly 4. BJP workers beat up two youths. A case was registered against BJP MLA’s son Ekalavya Gaur and his associate. According to the information, BJP candidate Malini Gaur’s son and BJP leader Eklavya Singh Gaur and two youths who were his supporters were beaten up over sloganeering in BK Sindhi Colony. This created chaos in the area. Before a policeman could intervene, the youth were beaten severely with kicks, punches and sticks. After some time, when the people from the victim’s side reached the police station, the BJP members also reached there. During this time there was also a fight there. After the dispute, there was uproar at Juni Indore police station also. Collector Dr. Ilaiah Raja T also reached the police station. After the uproar, on the complaint of Vivek Sandwane, the police have registered a case against MLA’s son Eklavya Singh Gaur and his supporter Mahesh Kukreja for assault and using caste related words. Additional DCP Abhinav Vishwakarma said that there was a dispute outside the police station also, but the police removed everyone from there.

74.30 percent voting takes place in Jabalpur, fate of 83 candidates captured in EVM

Jabalpur, Tremendous enthusiasm was seen among the voters of the eight assembly constituencies of the district on the great festival of democracy. Voters became the fate of the candidates. Voters from every category including elderly, youth, men, women, disabled and transgender took part enthusiastically in electing the government of their choice. Voting took place from 7 am to 6 pm at 2 thousand 132 polling stations in the district. Voters used their franchise to decide the fate of 83 candidates contesting the elections. The fate of the candidates is captured in the EVM machine. Counting of votes will be done in all the assembly constituencies on December 3.

82 percent voting in Chhindwara

Chhindwara, Voting started at 7 am in all the seven assembly seats of Chhindwara and Padhurna districts. Voting continued till late evening. According to information received from sources, 82 percent voting took place till evening in all the seven assembly seats of Chhindwara and Padhurna.

Even after 6 pm, voters continued to stand in queues at the polling booth to exercise their right to vote. There are 16 lakh 18 thousand 363 voters in the district. For the assembly elections, 1934 polling booths were made in all the seven assembly seats. This time there was a direct contest between Congress and BJP in all seven assembly seats. Here Gondwana also showed its strength.

Especially in Amarwada and Junnardev, Gondwana is also being discussed between Congress and BJP. A big atmosphere was seen in the Chhindwara assembly seat. Former Chief Minister Kamal Nath and Vivek Bunty Sahu from BJP are in the fray from this assembly seat. Voting continued till after 6 pm in all seven assembly seats.

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