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MP: Ahead of counting Kamal Nath asserts accountability from government machinery

Bhopal: Madhya Pradesh Congress Committee (MPCC) President Kamal Nath took a jibe on government machinery in administrative counting and asserted accountability from them. He said that after December 11, 12 is followed.

Madhya Pradesh Congress Committee (MPCC) President Kamal Nath issued an advisory to his party workers ahead of counting and warns them to be cautious during counting process and suggested them to inform immediately.

While addressing to the polling agents of Congress Party Kamal Nath urged them to protest against any discrepancies while counting and allow the process to function until a satisfactory solution is provided over the objection.

MPCC chief said that he is positive of administrative accountability and believe that they will sort out the objection raised by our agents.

Kamal Nath said, “I expect full cooperation from administrative officials because they know December 11 is followed by December 12.”

He urged his party candidates to get familiar with the counting process and told them to ask the EC to provide them the final figure after each round of counting on paper. He further told them to demand this round sheet after every single round and once you receive it and sign it then allow them to start another round.

Kamal Nath told his party workers to stand united and wait for December 11 when the state will write a new history. He said, “BJP is in power in the state for the last fifteen years and some corrupt government officials backed by BJP has captured the entire machinery and it needs to be changed.”

While addressing the party workers, the state in charge Deepak Babaria said, “Under the leadership of Kamal Nath the entire Madhya Pradesh Congress unit has worked very hard in the assembly polls and the teamwork will prove its worth for upcoming Lok Sabha polls.”

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