Kamal Nath tells Cong candidates to be alert during vote counting

Source: The Hitavada      Date: 07 Dec 2018 11:27:22


Staff Reporter,

State Congress President Kamal Nath, on Thursday, convened a meeting of all the 229 candidates of party at Manas Bhawan and gave necessary tips on how they should remain alert during the time of counting and what are other necessary things on which they need to be extra cautious.
“On counting day, you need to be extra alert. In the event of any doubt, you need to register strong protest and it is after solution only that vote counting should be allowed further,” said Kamal Nath while addressing party’s Assembly candidates.

He said that Congress has demanded the Election Commission that result sheet should be provided after every round with signatures of returning officer and candidates. It is after this only that second round of counting should be allowed. “You all should have full knowledge of vote counting process and know your rights as well,” he added.
He told that the biggest thing is this that this time, Congress showed its unity in full-fledged manner. He asserted that Congress is going to create a new history in Madhya Pradesh on December 11.

Madhya Pradesh Congress incharge Deepak Babaria told that under able leadership of Kamal Nath, Congress worked like a good team during assembly elections. He hoped that Congress will definitely form next government in the State.
Leader of Opposition Ajay Singh cautioned candidates that they needs to be extra cautious on November 9-10. He asked party candidates not to allow any outsider to go inside strong room.

Chairman of MP Congress Legal Cell Department Vivek Tankha informed Congress candidates about various minute technicalities of law.
He informed them that a team of advocates is closely monitoring election process. He told Congress candidates to reach before time at counting centre. He made candidates understand that how machine works, how to match the slips. “You have to remain there until the declaration of result,” he told. Congress Spokesman J P Dhanopia and Shashank Shekar also acquainted candidates about minute things related to vote counting process. On this occasion, Deputy Speaker Dr Rajendra Singh, former union minister Suresh Pachauri, Sanjay Kapoor, Sudhanshu Tripathi, Congress Media Department Incharge Shobha Ojha and others were present.