Video: No WiFi, webcasting during counting in Madhya Pradesh, Congress being extra cautious

New Delhi, News24 Bureau, Dec 10: There will be no webcasting during the counting of votes on December 11 and there will be no use of WiFi in Madhya Pradesh. Chief Electoral Officer has directed that there will be no webcasting during the counting of votes. He has also directed that Wifi will not be used in the counting hall and CCTV cameras will be installed.
According to a tweet by ANI, the CEO has also directed that Wifi services will not be used in the counting hall while the counting of votes is underway. Moreover, CCTV cameras will be installed to ensure that no transparency.
The counting in the five states, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Chhatisgarh, Telangana and Mizoram begins tomorrow Tuesday and as per the Exit Polls, the Congress will make a thumping comeback. This has made the Congress workers very hopeful and they are taking all precautions to ensure that nothing goes astray. 

The results in these five states are very crucial as they are considered a precursor to the general elections in 2019. These results, feel experts, judge the general mood of the country as it involves major states from all crucial four parts of the country.