27 Apr 2023

Madhya Pradesh Assembly Elections-2023: 15 Parties Form Third Front; To Contest On All Seats, But How Will They Challenge Cong, BJP?


Bhopal: Political activity has intensified in Madhya Pradesh regarding the upcoming assembly elections. While the BJP and the Congress are targeting each other, as many as 15 parties have come together and formed a third front.

Morcha to contest on all 230 seats


These parties have formed Apni Sarkar Banao—Samvidhan Bachao Morcha (Make your government-Save the Constitution). A meeting of the parties took place on Wednesday at Gandhi Bhavan in Bhopal. The upcoming elections in the state were discussed in the meeting. The Morcha  has announced to contest elections on all the seats in the state.


In the meeting, the leaders of the Third Front said that the BJP-Congress do not want the rise of the Third Front. We may be weak individually, but coming together we will form our government. We are ready to contest on all 230 assembly seats and the system is also fully ready. 


New front will focus on tribal dominated 80 seats


It is being told that more focus of the new front will be on tribal dominated 80 seats. It will pay more attention on tribal areas. While targeting the BSP, the Third Front leaders said that if the party which talks about Bahujan Hitay-Bahujan Sukhay does not want to contest the elections together, then it will work to benefit the Manuwadi parties. .

Should come along with Cong


Congress media in-charge KK Mishra said that the aim of the front is to save the Constitution. We also have the same objective. We have similar ideology, so Congress will not be harmed by the front. Such a front should come with us and raise their voice against BJP.

Such fronts play in lap of Congress


On the other hand BJP state secretary Rajneesh Agarwal said that in a democracy everyone has the right to contest elections. But why do these parties sit in the lap of the Congress? Why do they come with Congress?

The new front includes JAYS, Parivartan Party of India, Inquilab Vikas Dal, Asaduddin Owaisi's party AIMIM, Bharatiya Gondwana Party, Jan Vikas Party, Rashtriya Gondwana Party Samatamulak Samaj Party, Kranti Janshakti Party, National Equality Party etc.

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