BHOPAL: Congress legislators and candidates for the Lok Sabha elections vocally spoke on the issue of horse trading and also questioned election commission silence over a few issue while interacting media on Tuesday. Chief minister Kamal Nath termed the Exit Poll as ‘Entertainment Poll’, claiming that the exact poll result will be out on Thursday.

He alleged that EVM scam has gone vital on social media an soon it will be exposed, said the chief minister while interacting with media. Earlier, the CM chaired two meetings one with the legislators and other with Lok Sabha candidates here on Tuesday.

New and Renewable Energy Minister Harsh Yadav questioned Election Commission for ignoring the telecast of photo-shoot session of the Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Kadarnath and Badrinath Dham. ECI kept remaining mum on the live telecast of the Modi’s drama, he said. The energy minister Praddumn Singh Tomar raised the issue of horse trading alleging that the Congress MLAs were lured with money and posts.

“The minister and the MLAs of BJP had earned corers of rupees during their 15 years regime and now with that money they are luring the Congress MLAs,” said Tomar. Member of parliament Kantilal Bhuria said that work of Exit Poll is over and now the work of party members have started. Congress is going to win the elections, he claimed.