MP Congress chief Jitu Patwari questions ‘dictatorship of the Election Commission’ as party draws blank in state

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MP Congress chief Jitu Patwari has exuded confidence about his party’s efficiency in the Lok Sabha elections but in addition aimed a jibe at the Election Commission

Madhya Pradesh Congress Chief Jitu Patwari on Tuesday exuded confidence of his party’s win in the Lok Sabha election 2024 saying, they gave their greatest and outcomes can be the greatest.

Patwari instructed ANI, “When the Congress party began its campaign with five Nyay, the entire country talked about it, including the prime minister, the BJP and the media. It means that the issues are relevant. The result of the election is in its place, every party should win and we also hope to win and we put all our efforts for the same.”

“The manner in which questions are being raised again and again on the electoral process and dictatorship of the Election Commission – what does all of this indicate? That elected Governments belong to the country. Why did it start belonging to a party? I consider that the Congress party has given its best and the results will be the best,” Congress chief stated.

When requested about the exit ballot prediction for just one seat in Madhya Pradesh, Patwari stated that the fact of the exit polls can be revealed inside the subsequent a couple of hours.

“Our moral responsibility is to change the power with respect for the country and to serve the country by being in power. Whatever responsibility the country has given us, we have fulfilled it with courage, considering it our duty and will do so in future too,” he added.

Patwari stated that they might win no less than six seats in the state. As per the preliminary developments of counting of votes that started on Tuesday morning launched by the Election Commission of India, the BJP was main in any respect the 29 parliamentary seats in the state.

Lok Sabha polls in Madhya Pradesh have been carried out in the first 4 phases of the complete seven phases. The first section of polling was held on April 19, the second section happened on April 26, the third section on May 7 and fourth section of polling concluded on May 13.

Polling for six seats every was carried out in the first section and second section, 9 parliamentary seats went to the polls in the third section and eight seats in the fourth and last section of the state.

With 29 Lok Sabha constituencies, Madhya Pradesh ranks sixth amongst all states in phrases of its illustration in the Lower House. Of these, 10 seats are reserved for SC and ST candidates, whereas the remaining 19 are unreserved.

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Nilesh Desai
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