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Mandla is the largest and Chhindwara is the smallest LS seats in Madhya Pradesh.

Mandla, the largest parliamentary seat in Madhya Pradesh, with 2,624 polling booths, and Chhindwara, the smallest constituency with 1,934 booths, are set for the upcoming Lok Sabha elections. Indore has the highest number of voters, totaling 5.64 crores in the state.

Bhind has the lowest gender-wise proportion of voters, with 1,000 males and 854 females, while Balaghat leads with the highest number of female voters, 1,014. Additionally, 74,826 voters serve in the army and central forces, with 118 overseas voters contributing to the total count.

CEO Anupam Rajan announced that voters above 85 years will have the option to cast their votes from home, extending the age limit from the previous 80 years. Furthermore, 40% of persons with disabilities will also be allowed to vote from home in the upcoming elections.

Ahead of the Lok Sabha elections, CEO Rajan met with party representatives to discuss the electoral process. The voting in Madhya Pradesh will be conducted in four phases, starting from April 19, with subsequent phases on April 26, May 7, and the final phase on May 13. The counting of votes for all 29 Lok Sabha seats in the state will take place on June 4.


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