MP bypolls: Case registered against two ministers
Bhopal: Cases have been registered against two Madhya Pradesh ministers for allegedly violating the model code of conduct during the bypolls to Gohad and Tendukheda Assembly constituencies in the state.
A case has been registered against state Health Minister Anoop Mishra for addressing an election meeting in Gohad two hours after campaigning ended on Tuesday evening, officials said Thursday.
A case has also been registered against Co-operative Minister Gauri Shankar Bisen for announcing the setting up of a sugar mill and opening a high school in Tendukheda, the
Bypolls are being held in Gohad and Tendukheda seats today.
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