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  • Indore: 74,000 duplicate voters deleted from voters’ list

    District Returning officer and collector Nishant Warwade said names of 74,000 voters have been deleted from the voters’ list in the district. These are voters whose names were traced in two different polling booths. At the same time, 1.40 lakh new voters have been included in the list who attained 18 years of the age on January 1, 2018.  Talking to mediapersons on Wednesday, Warwade said second special revision of electoral roll

  • Bhopal: CEO to direct collectors to penalize violators

    The chief electoral officer is likely to direct the district collectors to initiate action in connection with defacement of government property. They would also be asked to ensure removal of banners, posters and hoardings, informed the CEO VL Kantharao while talking to media here on Monday.

  • Bhopal: More than 17 lakh fake voters in 53 constituencies, claims Congress

    Bhopal: In just 53 state assembly constituencies of MP, more than 17 lakh fake voters have been identified, claimed Congress state media president Sobha Oza, while addressing media, here on Tuesday. Congress leader and the members of have raised the serious allegations on the working of Election Commission of India (ECI).

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    17 lakh ‘fake’ voters found in MP’s 53 assembly segments: Congress

    Bhopal: Opposition Congress in Madhya Pradesh alleged here today that over 17 lakh fake voters were found during a scrutiny of electoral rolls across 53 assembly constituencies in the state. The state Congress also submitted a memorandum to the Election Commission today, urging it to remove the names of these voters from the electoral rolls. Shobha Oza, chairperson of MP Congress’s media cell, told reporters that the scrutiny done by a private

  • Bhopal: Victory margin of 13 ministers less than voters deleted by ECI

    Bhopal: Victory margin of 13 ministers of present Shivraj Singh Chouhan government during the 2013 MP state assembly polls is less than the number of voters deleted from the voting list by Election Commission of India (ECI) between January and July 2018.

  • Bhopal: Congress to file complaint with CEC over fake voters in the state

    Bhopal: Kamal Nath along with other Congressmen will file a complaint related to bogus and fake voters to Chief Election commissioner of India, in New Delhi on August 9. The issue of fake and bogus voters is not over yet in MP, the revised electoral roll, published recently by office of chief electoral officer in MP on July 31, claims that around 25 lakh voters did not exist in the state.

  • Bhopal: Finally, chief electoral officer wakes up to fake voters’ list

    Bhopal: After the fake voters’ list kicked up a row across state, the chief electoral officer (CEO) Salina Singh appealed to the voters that if their names are registered in more than one place, they should get it deleted. Singh said if their names were registered in more than one place or booth, they should fill in a form, submit it to the election office and get their names removed.

  • Ujjain: Collector Manish Singh reviews second special revision of electoral rolls

    Ujjain: Second special revision of electoral rolls has to be completed within fixed time frame and an accurate electoral roll has to be prepared. For this, collector Manish Singh convened a meeting at Simhastha Mela Office on Friday evening and warned officials of revenue department and other departments engaged in the election-related work against carelessness. The task should be completed with full dedication within a week, he ordered.

  • Bhopal: Election commission teams finish voter list irregularities probe

    Bhopal: The investigation of four teams constituted by the Election Commission of India (ECI) to enquire into the alleged errors in the electoral rolls in the state is over and they will submit their report to the Chief Election Commissioner on Thursday.

  • Bhopal: Congress delegation meets CEC, claims 60 lakh fake voters in state

    Bhopal: A delegation of Congress, led by Madhya Pradesh party chief Kamal Nath, met Chief Election Commissioner OP Rawat in New Delhi alleging inclusion of 60 lakh fake voters in the electoral roll. The delegation, which included MP Jyotiraditya Scindia, former Chief Minister Digvijay Singh, MP Vivek Tankha and Suresh Pachauri, requested the Election Commission (EC) to remove all such entries from the voters’ list of 230 Assembly constituencies in the state.

  • Congress flags 60 lakh fake voters in Madhya Pradesh, EC orders probe

    BHOPAL: Taking cognizance of the Congress complaint of hundreds of alleged discrepancies in the voters’ list in Madhya Pradesh, the Election Commission on Sunday ordered a probe. In its complaint, the Congress has flagged off 60 lakh fake voters. The commission has tasked senior IAS officers with the probe which will involve an extensive investigation and even door-to-door verification.