Voting will have to be done on ballot paper

Sekar Chandra
Voting will have to be done on ballot paper…

It is being said that Digvijay Singh supporters from all over the state are going to reach Rajgarh, who along with their leader (Digvijay Singh) will file nomination papers as independent candidates. Digvijay Singh, the congress candidate from Rajgarh lok sabha seat, believes that if 384 candidates including him file their nominations, then the election commission will have to conduct the voting here through ballot paper instead of EVM.

Will do nominations to make the campaign successful

Former mayor of jabalpur and former mla kalyani Pandey said in a discussion with ABP Live that Digvijay Singh is her guru brother. She will also file her nomination to make Digvijay Singh's campaign to conduct elections in the Rajgarh seat through ballot papers instead of EVMs successful. kalyani Pandey said that she is going to Rajgarh soon.

'I have always been against voting through EVM'

Congress leader Digvijay Singh has been continuously raising questions on EVMs. Digvijay has found a new way to vote through ballot paper instead of EVM in the Rajgarh parliamentary seat. For this, he recently started a campaign on social media ' The alternative is to field more than 384 candidates so that we have ballot paper voting."

The advocate's number released

He further wrote, "I invite all those who wish to vote through ballot paper. They are welcome to file a nomination from the Rajgarh parliamentary seat in Madhya Pradesh, where I am the congress candidate. If you wish to do so, if decided, nominations will start on 12th april and the last date is 19th April. For your assistance or if you require any information please contact Advocate Aftab Jameel on +91 96440 43112." congress leader Digvijay Singh wrote in another post, "Since there is no decision on the demand of holding elections through ballot paper instead of EVMs, now only one option is left, if more than 384 candidates file nomination, then only ballot paper." "Elections will be held from."


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