assembly constituency in Madhya Pradesh's Bhind district, according to an official release. A district official says a repoll was ordered due to a violation of secrecy in Kishupura on November 17, when some people filmed the voting process. According to district collector and returning officer Sanjeev Shrivastava, four members of the polling team have been suspended for breaching secrecy.
Kishupura polling center number 71 will hold voting between 7 am and 6 pm on Tuesday, according to a release, adding that middle finger indelible ink will be applied. Also Read | Assembly Election 2023: No exit polls for MP, Rajasthan, Telangana and other states till Nov 30 | Here's why District returning officers have been instructed to re-contest the election, the statement said. The model code of conduct will be followed during repolling, Shrivastava said, including prohibiting voters from entering booths with mobile phones.
Also Read | MP Election 2023: Over 71% voter turnout recorded as voting ends, violence hits Dimani | All that happened today There will be a video recording of the repolling process, he said. Hemant Katare, an ex-legislator from the Congress party, is challenging BJP MLA Arvind Singh Bhadauria. Also Read | Assembly elections 2023 voting HIGHLIGHTS: MP sees over 71% voter turnout, 68% turnout in Chhattisgarh According to the Election Commission, all 230 assembly seats in Madhya Pradesh were contested in a single phase on November 17.Read more on livemint.com