32 more nominations rejected in Madhya Pradesh

April 12th, 2009 - 7:53 pm ICT by IANS  

Bhopal, April 12 (IANS) Nominations of 32 candidates have been rejected during the scrutiny process for 16 of Madhya Pradesh’s 29 parliamentary seats which go to the polls April 30, Election Commission sources said Sunday.
A total of 299 nominations were filed for the 16 seats. Of these, 267 nominations were found valid while 32 were rejected due to various reasons. The last date for the withdrawal of forms is April 13.

The maximum nominations - seven - out of the total 25 were rejected from Indore, followed by five out of 17 from Khargone, three out of 16 from Sagar, three out of 20 from Khandwa, one out of 30 in Morena, one out of 17 from Bhind, one out of 23 from Guna, one out of 21 from Tikamgarh, one out of 24 from Damoh, two out of 15 from Dewas, two out of 11 from Ujjain, two out of 20 from Mandsaur, one out of 11 from Ratlam and two out of 14 from Dhar.

All the 25 nominations in Gwalior and and 10 in Rajgarh were found to be valid.

As many as 29 nominations were rejected during the scrutiny of papers for 13 seats going to the polls April 23.

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