7 Oct 2023

Madhya Pradesh Assembly Election-2023: People Reply In Affirmative To This Question Posed By CM Shivraj Amidst Speculations About Top BJP Leadership Sidelining Him

Bhopal: In the wake of Congress leader Priyanka Gandhi Vadra predicting Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan's exit from the top post following the year-end MP Assembly Elections-2023, the CM asked people at a rally whether he should occupy this post again or not.

The political situation in Madhya Pradesh appears to be quite dynamic and filled with speculation ahead of the upcoming assembly polls. 

Congress leader Priyanka Gandhi Vadra has predicted that CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan will not retain his position following the year-end assembly polls.

There is speculation within political circles in Madhya Pradesh that the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) may sideline Chouhan as the party's top leadership has announced the names of several prominent candidates, including Union ministers and political heavyweights, who are being considered as contenders for the CM's post.

Chouhan addressed a gathering in Dindori

Chouhan addressed a gathering in Dindori, asking people whether he should continue as the Chief Minister, whether Narendra Modi should remain as the country's Prime Minister, and whether the BJP should retain power at the state and central levels. 

The people responded affirmatively to these questions.

Priyanka Gandhi, during a rally in Dhar district, stated that Chouhan would not become the Chief Minister again and suggested that PM Modi was distancing himself from Chouhan.

Shivraj has been seeking public opinion about his candidacy during recent public events and rallies, showing signs of emotional engagement with the public.

Shivraj emphasized that he had no greed for any post and was willing to serve the people. He expressed gratitude for the support of the people and referred to them as his family.

Shah had avoided naming Shivraj as CM face

Union Home Minister Amit Shah, in a previous press conference, had avoided specifying Chouhan as the chief ministerial face of the BJP, suggesting that the media should not decide party leadership.

Elections for the 230-member Madhya Pradesh assembly are expected to take place at the end of the year. The political landscape in the state remains uncertain, with both the BJP and Congress actively engaging in campaign strategies and candidate selections.

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