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BJP release 24 List of candidate names for Madhya Pradesh Loksabha Election 2014

BJP released 24 List of candidate for Madhya Pradesh LS Poll 2014. The second candidate list including Sushma Swaraj, Dalpat Singh Paraste from Shahdol and state minister Anup Mishra from Morena.

MP Constituency No. & Name

Name of Candidate

1

Morena Loksabha Election Candidate Name Shri Anup Mishra

2

Bhind (SC) Loksabha Election Candidate Name Shri Bhagirath Prasad Singh

3

Gwalior Loksabha Election Candidate Name Shri Narendra Singh Tomar

4

Guna Loksabha Election Candidate Name Shri Jaibhan Singh Pavaiya

6

Tikamgarh (SC) Loksabha Election Candidate Name Shri Virendra Khatik

7

Damoh Loksabha Election Candidate Name Shri Prahlad Patel

9

Satna Loksabha Election Candidate Name Shri Ganesh Singh

10

Rewa Loksabha Election Candidate Name Shri Janardan Mishra

11

Sidhi Loksabha Election Candidate Name Smt. Riti Pathak

12

Shahdol (ST) Loksabha Election Candidate Name Shri Dalpat Singh Paraste

13

Jabalpur Loksabha Election Candidate Name Shri Rakesh Singh

14

Mandla (ST) Loksabha Election Candidate Name Shri Faggan Singh Kulaste

16

Chhindwara Loksabha Election Candidate Name Ch. Chandrabhan Singh,

17

Hoshangabad Loksabha Election Candidate Name Shri Rao Uday Pratap Singh

18

Vidisha Loksabha Election Candidate Name Smt. Sushma Swaraj

20

Rajgarh Loksabha Election Candidate Name Shri Rodmal Nagar

21

Dewas (SC) Loksabha Election Candidate Name Shri Manohar Utwal

22

Ujjain (SC) Loksabha Election Candidate Name Prof. Chintamani Malviya

24

Ratlam (ST) Loksabha Election Candidate Name Shri Dilip Singh Bhuria

25

Dhar (ST) Loksabha Election Candidate Name Smt. Savitri Thakur

26

Indore Loksabha Election Candidate Name Smt. Sumitra Mahajan

27

Khargone (ST) Loksabha Election Candidate Name Shri Subhash Patel

28

Khandwa Loksabha Election Candidate Name Shri Nandkumar Singh Chauhan

29

Betul (ST) Loksabha Election Candidate Name Smt. Jyoti Dhurve

 

 

Narendra Modi addressed rally at Shahdol , Singrauli ,Satna & Jabalpur of Madhya Pradesh LIVE @narendramodi.in On 20th November

BJP Prime Ministerial candidate Narendra Modi will connect with the people of Madhya Pradesh at 4 district  through various Public Meetings on Today 20.11.2013. Narendra Modi addressed rally at Shahdol , Singrauli ,Satna & Jabalpur of Madhya Pradesh LIVE @narendramodi.in On 20th November. Madhya Pradesh Elections 2013 voting will happen on 25 nov 2013

Watch online Narendra Modi rallies Live @narendramodi.in On 20th November 2013

Scheduled of Modi public meeting in MP 20 November 2013

Shahdol @12:00 pm

Singrauli @ 2:00 pm.

Satna @ 4:00 pm

Jabalpur @6:15

Modi to address rally in Madhya Pradesh today 18.11.2013 at chhatarpur, sagar, guna and Bhopal rally

Narendra Modi to address 4 rallies in Madhya Pradesh today 18th November 2013.  Below is the schedule of Modi rally in Madhya Pradesh today 18.11.2013 at chhatarpur, sagar, gunna and Bhopal rally

Place/ Venue      Timing

Chatarpur               -12pm
Sagar                        –  2pm
Guna                         – 4pm
Bhopal                      -6pm

Modi to address four rallies in MP for the upcoming poll of Madhya Pradesh Assembly election 2013

 

BJP Declare 11 candidate name in fourth List for MP Election 2013 on 7.11.2013

BJP Declare 11 candidate name in fourth List for MP Election 2013 on 7.11.2013. List contain name of BJP MLA Candidate from   Ater  ,Banda  ,Niwari , Chhatarpur , Bijawar , Panagar  ,Bhopal, Madhya,  Huzur  and Badwah assembly constituency seats

BJP National President Shri Rajnath Singh has approved the recommendations of Madhya Pradesh’s State Election Committee regarding the General Election to the Legislative Assembly of Madhya Pradesh.

The names of the candidates finalised for the Legislative Assembly Constituencies are given below:-

No. Constituency No. & Name Name of the Candidate
1 9 Ater Shri Arvind Bhadoriya
2 42 Banda Shri Harvansh Rathore
3 46 Niwari Shri Anil Jain
4 51 Chhatarpur Smt. Lalita Yadav
5 52 Bijawar Shri Guddan Pathak
6 101 Panagar Shri Indu Tiwari
7 153 Bhopal Madhya Shri Surendra Nath Singh
8 155 Huzur Shri Rameshwar Sharma
9 182 Badwah Shri Hitendra Singh Solanki
10 228 Manasa Shri Kailash Chawla
11 229 Neemuch Shri Dilip Parihar

BJP Letter to ECI regarding the ban of exit polls

BJP Letter to ECI regarding the ban of exit polls

To

     The Election Commission of India

     Nirvachan Sadan

     Ashok Road,

     New Delhi-110001

 

 

Attn: 1. Shri V.S. Sampath, Chief Election Commissioner

         2. H.S. Brahma, Election Commissioner

         3. Dr. Nasim Zaidi, Election Commissioner

        4. Shri S.K. Mendiratta, Legal Advisor

Sir,

ECI vide their 3.1.2012/SDR of 4.10.2013 had sought the views of political parties on the proposal to prohibit conducting opinion polls and disseminating results thereof during the election period.

It may be recalled that RP (Amendment) Act No. 41 of 2009 had amended section 126 of the RP Act, inserting a new Sec 126(A) which authorises the ECI to ban the publishing of the results of Exit Polls during the period commencing from the first day of poll and concluding at half an hour after the close of polling in all states and Union Territories.

Prior to this, the SC had struck down the ECI’s 1998 order issuing guidelines on regulating opinion and exit polls. SC had observed that ECI did not have the power to enforce the guidelines; later the guidelines were withdrawn.

The all party meeting convened by ECI in 2004 recommended that publishing of results of both exit and opinion polls should be proscribed from the day of issue of notifications till the completion of polls. While examining this recommendation, the Law Ministry consulted the Attorney General who is reported to have opined that such a prohibition would be a breach of Art 19(1) of the constitution of India.

Art 19(1)(a) of the constitution is included in Part III—Fundamental rights—and protects the right to freedom of speech and expression.

Art 19(2) however permits certain reasonable restrictions which can be justified in the interests of sovereignty and integrity of India, the security of the State, friendly relations with foreign states, public order, decency of morality, or in relation to contempt of court, defamation or incitement to an offence.

None of these stipulated considerations seem to figure in the recommendation of the ECI to restrict opinion polls. The very use of the expression “opinion” makes it appear that the poll outcome is hardly related to the conduct of the opinion poll. Opinion both in the etymological definition and analysis in BLACK’s legal dictionary, relates to a belief or judgement that rests on grounds insufficient to produce complete certainty; a viewpoint based on that which is less than absolutely certain and is the result of emotion or interpretation of facts. Wikipedia even mentions that people may draw opposing opinions from the same set of facts. On balance, opinion polls appear to fall more in the realm of speech and expression than in the nexus of cause and effect which can determine the forecasting of election results.

Opinion polls are fundamentally different from exit polls. The sample which is used in the opinion poll consists of people who may or may not vote, whereas exit polls consist only of persons who had actually participated in the voting. It is this difference which motivated the law makers to permit the dissemination of exit poll results only after the polling in all the constituencies gets completed, such that the dissemination does not influence the voters in the exercise of their franchise. It is also pertinent to note, that, in a manner of speaking, the exit polls appear to breach the fundamental conditionality of secrecy that governs the exercise of franchise in general elections.

On the other hand any restriction on opinion polls, would fall in the realm of a restriction on the fundamental right to freedom of speech and expression guaranteed in Art 19(1)(a) of the constitution. The grounds on which the ECI is considering restriction do not get covered by the postulates prescribed in Art 19(2) of the constitution.

Based on the above considerations, I am directed to state that the Bharatiya Janata Party does not endorse the proposal to impose any restriction on the conduct of or dissemination of the results of opinion polls.