NEW DELHI: On Wednesday, the Congress published the fourth of the 29 candidates for Madhya Pradesh parliaments and increased the total number of candidates to 213.
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The party announced on 29 November Wednesday for 28 polls among 29 parties Bhind's Ramesh Dubey, Gwalior South Pravin Pathak, Indore-1 from Preeti Agnihotri and Indore-4 from Surjeet Singh Chadda gave a statement in a party statement.
The Congress announced the first 155 candidates on November 3, renaming it 46 MLA.
One day later, he announced the second list of 16 candidates.
On Monday night, Congress announced the third list of 13 candidates.
The remaining 17 candidates are expected to announce.
The current parliament has Congress 57 MLA.
Since 2003, the Congress has remained in power in Madhya Pradesh.
The current Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP) is looking for a fourth term.