Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan expressed gratitude for the overwhelming support he’s receiving from Ladli Behna, children, youth, and the elderly ahead of casting his vote in the ongoing state elections. Encouraging citizens to exercise their franchise, he emphasized the importance of voting as a right and a civic duty. Meanwhile, BJP leader Akash Vijayvargiya exuded confidence in comfortably forming and efficiently running the government. Congress leader Kamal Nath expressed optimism about the party’s performance, trusting the public to side with the truth. Allegations of irregularities, including the distribution of liquor and money, were raised by Nath against the BJP. The ongoing elections will determine the fate of over 2,500 candidates, with the BJP aiming to retain power in the state and the Congress seeking to unseat the Shivraj Singh Chouhan government. Robust security measures, webcasting facilities, and a significant voter turnout mark the electoral landscape in Madhya Pradesh. The counting of votes for Madhya Pradesh and four other states is scheduled for December 3.