Bhopal (EMS). On the last day of nomination for the assembly elections to be held on November 17 in Madhya Pradesh, 2489 candidates have filed nomination papers. Among these, a large number of BJP-Congress leaders have also filed nominations, who are angry at not getting tickets and are bent on rebellion.
According to the information, Arif Akil’s brother Aamir Akil, Congress leader Nasir Islam and former Congress MLA from Huzur assembly seat Jitendra Daga, who were angry over not getting ticket from Bhopal’s North Assembly seat, have given Congress sleepless nights by filing nomination papers as independent candidates. Former state president and MP of BJP from Burhanpur Late. Nand Kumar Chauhan’s son Harshvardhan Singh has filled the independent form out of anger over not getting the ticket. From Mangawan assembly of Rewa district, former MLA Panna Bai, wife of BJP MLA Panchulal Prajapati, has filed her nomination as an independent candidate, former BJP MLA from Chachaura Mamta Meena has joined Aam Aadmi Party and BJP leader Kamlesh Aggarwal from North of Satna city and BJP leader Ratnakar Chaturvedi from Satna seat have joined BSP. They have become a problem by contesting elections on the ticket of Similarly, former BJP MLA Rasal Singh from Shivpuri, BJP leader Pradham Singh from Pauri, Congress leader Kuldeep Sikarwar from Sumawali have become a problem for BJP-Congress by filing their nominations. Apart from this, former minister and BJP leader Rakesh Rustam Singh from Morena, former MLA from Nagaud Yadvendra Singh from BSP, former MLA Rekha Yadav from BJP in Bijawar, former MLA from Ater Munna Bhadauria, former MLA from Simaria seat Laxman Tiwari, former MLA from Morena from BSP. Former MLA Maniram Dhakad has given sleepless nights to the parties by filing his nomination.
-Now withdrawal of nominations till 2nd November
Anupam Rajan said that the nomination process which started from October 21 ended on October 30. On the last day, 2811 nomination papers have been submitted by 2489 candidates in all 230 assembly constituencies. Till now, a total of 3832 candidates have filed 4359 nomination forms. The last date for withdrawal of names is 2nd November. Voting will be held in a single phase in the state on November 17. The election results will be declared on December 3.
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