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'If BJP Wins By Match-fixing': Bhupesh Baghel after filing nomination from Rajnandgaon

  • Former Chhattisgarh CM Bhupesh Baghel expresses concerns over electoral integrity ahead of filing nomination from Rajnandgaon
  • Rajnandgaon emerges as key battleground with Baghel contesting against BJP's Santosh Pandey
  • Chhattisgarh gears up for polls from April 19 to May 7, divided into three phases for 11 parliamentary constituencies

02 Apr 2024

As the big battle for the Lok Sabha elections is inching closer with each passing day, fierce campaigns, name calling and scathing political attacks are a common scene across India, and the sentiment is only going to intensify with each passing day. While all states are leaving no stone unturned in veiling attacks on political opponents, here's a story from battleground Chhattisgarh. Congress leader and former Chhattisgarh CM Bhupesh Baghel after filing nomination from Rajnandgaon Lok Sabha seat sais, "The democracy is in danger, Constitution is in danger. They (BJP) are raising the slogan of '400 paar' and if they win the election by 'match-fixing' then democracy won't survive in the country."

Rajnandgaon emerges as a key battleground, with Baghel contesting against BJP's Santosh Pandey, highlighting the significance of the seat in Chhattisgarh's electoral landscape. The state is set for polls from April 19 to May 7, divided into three phases for the 11 parliamentary constituencies. Rajnandgaon, historically a stronghold for BJP, faces a competitive race as Baghel aims to challenge the incumbent dominance. The former CM's remarks underscore broader concerns about the democratic process, resonating with the heightened political tensions as the nation approaches the Lok Sabha polls.

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