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May 09, 2019
7:17AM

Both BJP & Congress organized road shows in Madhya Pradesh

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In Madhya Pradesh, both BJP and Congress organized road shows in support of their candidates from Bhopal today.

BJP chief Amit Shah held a roadshow in Bhopal today. Former Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan and state BJP president Rakesh Singh also took part in the roadshow.

The BJP leaders, who were in an open vehicle, started their roadshow from Peer Gate amid tight police security at around 9 pm.The 4.5 km roadshow ended at Nadra Bus stand in the middle of the old city.

Earlier, Congress candidate Digvijaya Singh held a roadshow this morning.

Bhopal is among the eight Lok Sabha seats in Madhya Pradesh that will go to polls on 12th May in the sixth phase of elections.

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