Campaigning in full swing for bye-elections for three assembly and one Lok Sabha seat in MP

DARJEELING, INDIA - APRIL 10: Supporters wearing masks of BJP Prime Minister candidate Narendra Modi during his election rally at Siliguri on April 10, 2014 in Darjeeling, India. Around 815 million people have registered to vote in worlds biggest election, in which the battle is between pro-business Hindu nationalist Narendra Modi against the Nehru-Gandhi familys unpopular ruling Congress party. (Photo by Bikram Sashanker/Hindustan Times via Getty Images)

Campaigning is in full swing for the Bye-Elections being held for three Assembly and one Lok Sabha seat in Madhya Pradesh.

The elections are being held for Khandwa Lok Sabha seat and Jobat, Prithvipur and Raigaon Assembly seats in the state.

Polling for all these seats will be held on 30th of October while the counting of votes will be taken up on 2nd of November.

The main contest is between the ruling BJP and the Congress in these elections.

In view of the importance of these elections, the Administration is also making full preparations in every seat. Khandwa Collector Anay Dwivedi told AIR News that all arrangements are being made for fair and peaceful polling in Khandwa Lok Sabha Constituency.

The Congress is considering these Bye-Elections as a semi-final of the 2023 Assembly Elections in the state, while the BJP will see the results of the By-Polls as a public stamp on the performance of the Shivraj Singh Chouhan-led Government. Both the parties have given their full strength in the campaign. Along with state leaders, Union Ministers Narendra Singh Tomar, Prahlad Singh Patel, Jyotiraditya Scindia are also in the campaigning for the party candidates from BJP. At the same time, Congress is trying to encasing the popularity of senior leaders like former Chief Minister Kamal Nath, Digvijay Singh, former Union Minister Arun Yadav and Sachin Pilot.

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