Campaigning has intensified in poll-bound Madhya Pradesh. Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed election rallies at Shahdol and Gwalior on Friday. He will hold public meetings in Chhindwara and Jabalpur on Sunday. Finance Minister Arun Jaitley may release BJP's vision document on Saturday.
BJP President Amit Shah, Congress Chief Rahul Gandhi and many other leaders are also holding rallies to woo the voters.
A total of two thousand nine hundred and seven candidates are in the fray for the 230-member State Assembly, polling for which will be held on the 28th of this month in a single phase.
The Election Commission will provide ‘Ghar se Ghar Tak’ (Home to Home) facility for divyang voters to cast their votes. A voting assistant will also be provided to bring divyang voters to polling centres from home and to take them back if required.

The Sugamya Web Portal and Mobila App have been prepared by the Election Commission for the convenience of Divyang voters.
Around 2 lakh Divyang voters have been registered on the Sugamya Portal till now. There are approximately 3 lakh 50 thousand Divyang voters registered in the voters list in the state.
The Divyang voters registered on the Sugamya App can ask for necessary assistance like vehicle, polling assistant, essential material on the day of polling. Registration on this portal will facilitate them to cast vote at polling centres without standing in queue.
They can also choose any one member of their family or any other volunteer as driver. Besides this, such volunteers who wish to help Divyang persons in casting their votes can also get themselves registered on the portal.

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