Madhya Pradesh: Preparations begin for by-elections in 1 Lok Sabha and 3 assembly seats

Bhopal: The second wave of corona epidemic has come under control in Madhya Pradesh. The Election Commission has started preparations for the bypoll. The by-elections to 1 Lok Sabha and 3 Assembly seats are yet to be held. The Chief Electoral Officer has written to the District Collectors of Khandwa-Burhanpur Lok Sabha constituency, Niwari, Satna and Alerapur saying, "The officers who have been frozen in one place for 3 years should be removed."

BJP and Congress are also seen in action as the election commission begins its preparations. In fact, after the Damoh by-election, the Congress-BJP battle is going to take place once again. There is a wave of happiness in the Congress after winning the Damoh by-election and on the other hand, bjp is gearing up to recover from this defeat and enter the fray to win 1 Lok Sabha and 3 Assembly seats. On the other hand, Congress State President Kamal Nath is scheduled to hold frequent party meetings in Bhopal from Monday to Thursday.

Apart from him, CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan has started visiting the constituencies. This Lok Sabha seat is lying vacant after the death of Khandwa MP Nandkumar Singh Chauhan. The Election Commission had postponed the by-election to Khandwa Lok Sabha during the Corona period in the past, but subsequently Congress MLA from Niwari Brijendra Pratap Singh, Congress MLA from Jobat Kalawati Bhuria and BJP MLA from Raigaon Jugal Kishore Bagri passed away due to corona virus in the state. Preparations have now begun for by-elections to these three assembly seats along with the Lok Sabha.

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