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Clashes in Dimani Constituency Results in Two Injuries During Madhya Pradesh Assembly Elections

Morena Superintendent of Police (SP) Shailendra Singh reported a clash between two groups in Mirdhan village, involving attempts to prevent voters from casting their ballots.

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Bhopal, Nov 17 (The Street Press India) – On Friday, two people got hurt in a fight during voting in Madhya Pradesh’s Dimani constituency, where Union minister Narendra Singh Tomar is running for election. The situation is now under control, according to an official. The clash happened in Mirdhan village, where two groups were in conflict over trying to prevent voters from casting their ballots, said Morena Superintendent of Police Shailendra Singh.

The Superintendent of Police clarified that certain channels aired inaccurate reports, falsely suggesting gunfire and subsequent bullet injuries in the village.

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“Two persons identified as Ajay Sharma and Rampratap Sharma were injured by sticks in the fight. The news of bullet injuries is wrong,” he stated, and mentioned that extra police personnel have been stationed in the area. Meanwhile, the Election Commission reported a voting rate of approximately 12% across the 230 seats of Madhya Pradesh until 9 am.

MP’s Chief Electoral Officer, Anupam Rajan, affirmed that peaceful polling is in progress across all constituencies.

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During mock polling, electronic voting machines were replaced at certain locations, and technical glitches were addressed at some other booths, he mentioned.

“So, the polling is underway at all places uninterrupted,” he stated, mentioning that the state recorded a voting percentage of 11.95% until 9 am.

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He indicated that 12.1% of the voters were male, and 11.89% were female. The highest voting at 9 am was observed in Rajgarh district at 16.49%, while the lowest was in Indore district at 6.21%, he added.

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