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The victory margins of 13 Madhya Pradesh ministers are outstripped by the number of voters deleted from the poll lists in their constituencies between January and July, according to an analysis.
With the draft of the voters’ list to be published on September 1, steps will be taken to include those who attain 18 years as on January 1, 2019 or before.
The Congress leaders had expressed fear that the ruling BJP might adopt any "unacceptable" practice to win elections for the fourth consecutive term.
The pro-Gorkhaland leader stated that the removal of the names of GJM leaders and their families from the electoral list was the beginning of an exodus of Gorkhas.
From plain cash to expensive gifts like smartphones, luxury furniture and package tours to high-quality liquor at cocktail parties, members of the Bar could be spoilt for choice.
In April, State's chief electoral officer Salina Singh said that six lakh names were removed from Madhya Pradesh voter list.
Leaders from both the parties, through mutual understanding, agreed on everything regarding portfolio allocation, Kumaraswamy said.
Heavy rain failed to dampen their mood as 76.3 per cent of the voters braved bad weather and stepped out to choose their representative at the Chengannur bypoll on Monday.
The Managuli which comes under the Vijayapura Constituency, in a recently concluded elections the BJP won the polls with a margin of 6,000 votes against the Congress.
Experts are optimistic about making Aadhaar the voter’s ID to help people vote from any polling station even if it is located outside their constituency.
The NOTA option turned out to be a popular one among youngsters in all the 26 constituencies in the city where polling was held on Saturday.
Activists say count of voters is wrong with duplications, which inflates base number.
While voters of Bengaluru city are being blamed for the poor turnout, voters in Bengaluru Rural turned out in good numbers to cast their votes right from the morning.
After witnessing months of hectic campaigning and leaders fly in and out of their constituencies, people of Karnataka turned out in large numbers to vote in the assembly election.
Observers say that it is the middle-aged who stayed away from the booths. Senior citizens and first-voters showed up in larger numbers.