Amid sweet & sour response, candidates continue canvassing

Indore: The candidates of various political parties continued their canvassing for the Assembly elections on Tuesday amid hot and cold response from people ( voters). Congress candidate from Indore- III Ashwin Joshi’s office was inaugurated by senior party leader Mahesh Joshi, on Tuesday.

Amid sweet & sour response, candidates continue canvassing

BJP candidate from Indore- I, Sudarshan Gupta visited Hukumchand Colony, Devrani Nagar, Rajnagar and other colonies on Tuesday. BJP candidate from Indore- II Ramesh Mendola commenced campaigning from Chhoti Bhamori on Tuesday and also covered Anajani Nagar, Kailash ka Bhatta, Badi Bhamori and other areas.

BJP candidate from Indore- III Usha Thakur visited Shankarbagh Colony, Sadar Bazaar Mainroad, Bhishti Mohalla and other colonies. She was accompanied by Gopi Krishna Nema and other Congressmen. BJP candidate from Indore- V, Mahendra Hardia also visited several areas of his constituency on Tuesday.

BJP candidate from Depalpur Manoj Patel visited Gokalpur, Santer, Kunagara, Bhamakhera and other places. He would begin canvassing on Wednesday from Aurangpur. BJP candidate from Sanver Rajesh Sonkar visited Muradara, Satlana, Judada, and other places, while he would commence his canvassing on Wednesday from Baghana.

BJP candidate from Rau Jitu Jirati also visited Ahirkhedi, Sukhniwas, Kukmakheri, Silicon City and other places on Tuesday while he would commence canvassing on Wednesday from Devguradia. Congress candidate from Indore- I Pradeep ( Deepu) adav visited Kushwah Nagar, Jeet Nagar, Durga Nagar and colonies of Ward 21 on Tuesday.

Congress candidate from constituency Indore- IV, Suresh Minda visited Dwarkapuri, Prajapat Nagar, Scheme 71 and other colonies. He claimed that he would legalise all illegal colonies.

Amid sweet & sour response, candidates continue canvassing

BJP candidate from Mhow Kailash Vijayvargiya began his canvassing on Tuesday from Pigdambar and moved on to Umaria, Harniakhedi, Malviynagar and other places. He would commence canvassing on Wednesday from Choradia, and move on to Bhagora, Simrol and other places.

CPI raises objection against Mendola The Communist Party of India ( CPI) has raised objection against a few issues in the Standing Committee meeting held at the Collectorate on Tuesday. One of the objections was about BJP candidate from Indore- II, Ramesh Mendola, who rented a posh garden for his election office. The Election Officer has directed for taking account of the rent of the garden.

The CPI also raised its objection that there are 15 officers in the Indore Municipal Corporation who have worked for more than the stipulated 3 years. The party alleged that these officers should be transferred as per the rules as they are trying to give undue advantage to the BJP. In another objection, the party also claimed that anti- social elements, who went underground during a drive by the police, are now coming back to affect the election. BJP’s Ramesh Mendola during his campaigning, on Tuesday.

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