Kamal Nath took feedback on voting

Instructions to staff for defense of EVMs

Bhopal: Encouraged by bumper voting, the Congress has now began planning forward. Former Chief Minister Kamal Nath held a gathering with former ministers in-charge of the Assembly at his residence. Apart from this, Kamal Nath additionally met leaders from the by-elections. Kamal Nath took feedback on the voting on Tuesday. Apart from this, he additionally mentioned about cubicles with much less voting. He additionally mentioned the cellphone with senior leaders and took feedback from them about voting within the constituencies. Kamal Nath mentioned the share of polling with Congress candidates, district presidents, block presidents, distinguished Congress leaders and in addition mentioned info on the cellphone.

Strugg room security directions:
The Congress appears hopeful about its victory. This is the rationale that leaders are taking further vigil until the 10th. Kamal Nath has directed the candidates, district presidents, block presidents and polling station staff to protect in sturdy rooms and make sure the safety of EVMs. The Congress won’t make any sort of laxity. Kamal Nath stated that the BJP will attempt to tamper with the EVM by adopting varied ways however the Congress troopers are absolutely alert and won’t permit their efforts to succeed.
Digvijay questioned the efficiency of supervisors

Former Chief Minister Digvijay Singh has questioned the effectivity of the observers of the Election Commission over the violent incidents in Sumavali in Morena through the voting on Tuesday within the state. Digvijay Singh has requested whether or not the Commission will take motion towards these supervisors. Digvijay stated in a tweet that the honorable Central Election Commission will pardon your observer despatched to Morena, even after giving info, couldn’t conduct peaceable voting. Will their accountability be determined? Will this even be taken care of within the CR of the district administration and district cops?


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