More than 100 (EVMs) have reported news of malfunction in Madhya Pradesh polls

More than 100 EVMs have reported in MP polls
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Bhopal: More than 100 Electronic Voting Machines (EVMs) have reported news of malfunction during the vote cast for the assembly in Madhya Pradesh. Several senior Congress leaders have complained to the Election Commission.

 After news of malfunction in the machine, Congress leader Digvijay Singh has claimed that EVMs have broken up at such polling stations where support is more in favor of Congress. Between EVMs and factions, according to the Election Commission, more than six percent of the votes were cast in the initial one hour.

 Election Commission says that bad machines were changed within half an hour.

Let us know that voting is going on in all the 230 assembly seats in Madhya Pradesh from 7 am to 8 am.

Chief election officer BL Kantarao said, "Polling began in seven polling booths, Lanyaji and Barhar in seven polling booths and polling began in the remaining 227 assembly constituencies at 8 am."

Taking the issue of maladministration in EVM, Congress veteran Digvijay Singh said, "Congress polling agents should take care of two things. One must note that the machine is spoiled and the number of which is replaced at its place and secondly, the new machine that comes in should check 50 to 100 votes before voting is started. "

After questioning the EVM, BJP state president Rakesh Singh surrounded the Congress and said that Kamal Nath would be tweeting the entire five years now. Questioning on EVM proves that Congress has accepted its defeat. Rakesh Singh today cast his vote in Jabalpur.

State Congress president Kamal Nath also raised the question about the EVM corruption. He said, "In large numbers, the information about EVM machine is bad and closed. For this reason the polling is getting affected. Long queues have been started at polling booths. How such a big disturbance? Election Commission will immediately take a decision on this. Replace immediate machines. ''

Jyotiraditya Scindia, president of the Congress leader and state campaign committee, who arrived to vote on the Gwalior polling station, said that our party will form the government with a full majority in the state. After casting his vote, he said that there is an atmosphere of change in the state.

Let us state that 15 years in the state is the government of BJP (BJP). Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan has been the Chief Minister of the state for the last 13 years. Congress has done its best to remove BJP from the state's power. Rahul Gandhi led the campaign for this assembly election.

 Several Congress leaders, including Kamal Nath and Jyotiraditya Scindia, along with Rahul, were involved in the election grounds. At the same time, PM Modi took over the Front by BJP. Apart from the PM, several leaders, including National President Amit Shah, Home Minister Rajnath Singh, himself from the party had landed in the election campaign.


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