Congress is dominating the Sanchore assembly seat.
As soon as Congress-BJP have announced the names of their candidates in Madhya Pradesh, both the parties are facing huge opposition. After all, on how many seats is there protest? How big will its loss be? Know in this report. In Madhya Pradesh, Congress has announced the names of candidates for 229 seats and BJP for 228 seats. In such a situation, tremendous demonstrations are taking place by the workers in the entire state. Candidates from both Congress and BJP parties are doing this demonstration. Protests have been seen at many places including Jabalpur, Gwalior, Bhopal, Shajapur. Pictures have surfaced of protesters committing arson, burning effigies and even fighting.
Left Congress and joined BJP and workers entered the palace of present Union Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia in protest. Congress workers are also bent on protests. Party workers were seen on the streets in Sumavali, Ratlam, Rewa, Burhanpur, Khargapur, Indore 4, Harda, Ujjain North, Niwari, Berasia, Sujalpur, Bhopal North, Govindpura, Badnawar and Pichor. There are about 40 such seats where protests are being seen. Today, thousands of workers demonstrated strongly outside the bungalow of PCC Chief Kamal Nath.
Protests by Congress candidates on more than 20 seats
BJP workers are also angry over their respective leaders not getting tickets. Party workers are demanding change of candidates on more than 20 seats including Tikamgarh, Powai, Bhopal South-West, Jabalpur North, Kala Peepal, Hoshangabad, Maheshwar, Bhind, Mhow, Maheshwar.
- Now let us tell you those seats on which there has been direct rebellion in BJP:
- Chachoda – BJP’s Mamta Meena has joined the Aam Aadmi Party.
- Lahar – BJP’s Rasal Singh joined BSP.
- Bhind – BJP MLA Sanjeev Kushwaha announces to contest elections
- Morena – Rakesh Singh, son of former minister Rustam Singh, will contest elections from BSP.
- Sidhi – BJP MLA Kedar Shukla will contest the elections as an independent.
- Five seats of Congress where there was ruckus
- Sumawali -Current MLA Ajab Singh Kushwaha will contest from BSP.
- Dharampuri – Former Parliamentarian Gajendra Singh Rajukhedi will contest the elections.
- Bhopal Uttara – Nasir Islam will contest elections.
BJP leader Rustam Singh resigns
However, BJP state president Vishnu Dutt Sharma says that demonstrations have taken place only at a few places. The resentment will be resolved soon. Meanwhile, senior Bharatiya Janata Party leader and former Madhya Pradesh minister Rustam Singh resigned from the party on Monday before the assembly elections.
Congress formed a committee to pacify angry leaders
At the same time, Congress is claiming that they will convince everyone within a week. If someone forgets the decorum of words in anger or over-enthusiasm, then action will be taken to break the discipline. The Congress leader said that we have also formed a committee to convince them.