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In Madhya Pradesh, the campaigning for the polling on 28 assembly seats of the state is at its peak. The Election Commission is also making every effort to ensure maximum voting along with fair and safe elections. Madhya Pradesh will vote on November 3 while results will be declared on November 10.
 
A total of 355 candidates are in the fray in these elections being held in 28 assembly constituencies of 19 districts of Madhya Pradesh. Out of these, there are 22 female candidates while 333 are male. The highest number of 38 candidates is in Mehgaon assembly seat of Bhind district while the lowest number of 3 candidates is in Badnawar assembly seat of Dhar district.

Meanwhile, the Election Commission has been keeping eye on every activity of political parties. After issuing notice to the former Chief Minister Kamal Nath on the controversial remark, the Election Commission has now issued notice to BJP candidate Imrati Devi for the same reason. On the other hand, voters are being informed about the facilities of polling stations through sweep activities so that they are not afraid of COVID-19 pandemic and can vote fearlessly. 




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