Bhopal: A complete of 458 candidates have filed nomination papers in 28 meeting constituencies of 19 districts in Madhya Pradesh, whose scrutiny is being executed at present. In response to official sources, 254 candidates filed their nominations on the final day of submitting of nominations. The job of submitting nominations began on October 9. After scrutiny at present, the refund course of will probably be accomplished by October 19.
In response to sources, 318 nominations of 254 candidates have been submitted on the final day of nomination in 28 meeting constituencies. Thus until the final day of submitting nomination, a complete of 458 candidates submitted 597 nomination papers.
14 nomination papers of 11 candidates in Jaura of Morena district, eight nomination papers of seven candidates in Sumavali, 11 nomination papers of 10 candidates in Morena, 5 nomination papers of 5 candidates in Dimani, 5 nomination papers of 5 candidates in Ambah, 33 nomination papers of 30 candidates in Mehgaon in Bhid district, 20 nomination papers of 16 candidates in Gohad, 7 nomination papers of 6 candidates in Gwalior in Gwalior district, 13 nomination papers of 12 candidates in Gwalior East and 10 names of 9 candidates in Dabra. Directions submitted.
Aside from this, 10 nomination papers of 10 candidates in Bhandar in Datia district, 9 nomination papers of three candidates in Karaira in Shivpuri district, 10 nomination papers of 10 candidates in Pohri, 9 nomination papers of eight candidates in Bamori of Guna district, Ashoknagar district. In Ashoknagar, eight nomination papers of eight candidates and 9 nomination papers of 9 candidates have been submitted in Mungaoli.
18 papers of 18 candidates in Surkhi of Sagar district, 7 papers of four candidates in Anuppur in Anuppur district, 14 papers of 12 candidates in Sauchi in Raisen district, four papers of four candidates in Agar in Agar-Malwa district, Hatpipalya in Dewas district. 7 candidates of 5 candidates, 5 candidates of three candidates in Badnawar of Dhar district, 15 candidates of 12 candidates in Saver in Indore district, eight of 5 candidates in Suwasra in Mandsaur district and 19 of 19 candidates in Malhara in Chhatarpur district. Gone.
three papers of three candidates have been submitted in Nepanagar in Burhanpur district, eight papers of 6 candidates in Mandhata in Khandwa district and 5 of four candidates in Biaora in Rajgarh district. Polling in all of the areas will probably be held on November 03 and relying on November 10. The state meeting has a complete of 230 seats and at the moment out of 202 MLAs, Bharatiya Janata Occasion has 107, Congress 88, BSP two, Samajwadi Occasion one and 4 Independents. A minimal of 116 MLAs are required for a majority within the 2 hundred and thirty member meeting. (Company)
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