Indore: Activists embroiled in polling, Sanjay Shukla and Pushyamitra Bhargava come face to face

Indore: Voting for the municipal elections in Madhya Pradesh's financial capital Indore has begun at 7 am. BJP and Congress candidates and workers are keeping an eye on all polling booths in the city. However, in Indore, peaceful polling has been going on since morning.

There were no reports of clashes between workers of the two main parties from any place in the city. The dispute was reported only in the Government Higher Secondary School in Sirpur. On being informed about the controversy, Congress mayoral candidate Sanjay Shukla and Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) mayoral candidate Pushyamitra Bhargava reached the Government Higher Secondary School in Sirpur.  

In the meantime, when Sanjay Shukla and Pushyamitra Bhargava came face to face, both of them respected each other by introducing level politics. They also took pictures together. The coordination between the two leaders calmed down the atmosphere and after explaining to the workers, both of them left.  Let us know that, till 10 am, 25 per cent voting has been done in Indore municipal election. At the same time, no disturbance or irregularity has been reported from anywhere in the entire city amidst the voting. Peaceful polling is underway across the city.

 

 

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