With Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan scheduled to handle individuals at 5.30 pm on Wednesday, the Election Fee requested the state’s CEO to make sure no campaigning takes place after 6.00 pm when the 48-hour silence interval kicks in.
The Congress had approached the ballot panel complaining that in accordance with an election commercial printed by the BJP in newspapers throughout Madhya Pradesh, Chouhan will communicate with “brothers and sisters” of the state at 5.30 pm on Wednesday.
In a submit on X round 4.30 pm, the Madhya Pradesh BJP confirmed the deliberate addresses, “Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan will work together with the brothers and sisters of Madhya Pradesh on Bhai Dooj at 5.30 pm”
In its illustration, the Congress stated that Chouhan and the BJP’s election speech scheduled for five.30 pm might be in violation of the silence interval since there isn’t a time restrict offered to the speech.
It can’t be allowed to be publicised within the constituencies the place the silence interval will come into pressure from 6.00 pm, it stated.
Sources stated that on the idea of the illustration, the Fee has issued instructions to the Chief Electoral Officer, Madhya Pradesh to take vital steps to make sure that no campaigning takes place within the polling space after the graduation of scheduled silence interval from 6.00 pm onwards on Wednesday as per the provisions of the Illustration of the Individuals Act.
As per Part 126(1)(b) of the act, no individual shall show to the general public any election matter by the use of cinematograph, tv or different related equipment in any polling space in the course of the interval of 48 hours ending with the hour mounted for conclusion of ballot for any election in that polling space.
All 230 meeting seats of Madhya Pradesh will go for elections on November 17.