BJP had raised the issue of “illegal” land deals by Vadra’s company in the 2014 Lok Sabha elections and has raked it up again now.
The Congress organised a big rally here on Sunday which was attended by senior party leaders Ashok Gehlot, Bhupendra Hooda and Kumari Selja, to boost Krishna’’s chances.
Many voters also mentioned the Bhamashah Swasthya Bima Yojana, under which a family gets health insurance of 3 lakh health per year.
Voter turnout at 74.61% was slightly higher than 72.66% polled in the 2013 elections, and constituencies like Chhindwara and Mandsaur kept up the trend of crossing the 80% mark.
As voters head to the ballot box today, ET rounds up the key factors that will decide which way the state bends.
A quick round-up of interesting developments out of Madhya Pradesh which goes to polls on November 28.
Congress and BJP are said to be running neck and neck in MP and this has made each seat important for both sides.
The roots of the RSS run deeper in Madhya Pradesh than anywhere else in the country.
Chouhan has made a slew of promises and announced various schemes, but people have issues with delivery and say they are tempted not to vote for him this time.
The grand old party is also roping in Gujarat leaders Hardik Patel and Jignesh Mevani as well as JNU leader Kanhaiya Kumar to campaign in Madhya Pradesh as part of this strategy.
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