11 Dec 2023

Madhya Pradesh: Ahead of BJP Legislature Party meeting to elect CM, Kailash Vijayvargiya visits Shivraj Singh Chouhan

The recently elected representative from Indore-1 and former minister, Kailash Vijayvargiya, paid a courtesy visit to Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan at the CM's residence. CM Shivraj and Vijayvargiya gave bouquets to each other and exchanged congratulations on the victory in the assembly elections.

Photographs of their meeting have gained significant traction on social media, sparking discussions about the interactions between these prominent leaders. Following the triumphant win of the BJP in Madhya Pradesh, Vijayvargiya expressed resentment over attributing the victory to the Ladli Bahna Yojana. 

He questioned journalists, pointing out that BJP also emerged victorious in Chhattisgarh and Rajasthan without the presence of the Ladli Bahna scheme in those states. Emphasizing the Modi magic, he attributed the success solely to Prime Minister Modi.

Vijayvargiya changed his stance 

Initially, there were speculations that Vijayvargiya was positioning himself for the role of Chief Minister. During a two-day stay in Delhi, he held meetings with top leaders of the BJP high command. However, his stance shifted after two days, pledging support to CM Shivraj and projecting confidence in winning 29 seats in the Madhya Pradesh Lok Sabha.

Ahead of the BJP Legislature Party meeting in Madhya Pradesh, observers are scheduled to meet on Monday at 4 pm. Before the meeting, a woman MLA expressed strong support for CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan. BJP MLA Radha Singh conveyed, "All the MLAs have decided CM. Whatever our seniors want will happen. But I want Shivraj Singh Chouhan to become the CM."

Guidelines have been issued for MLAs before the BJP Legislature Party meeting, with MLA registration starting at 1 pm. A group photo session for all 163 winning MLAs is scheduled for 3:30 pm, followed by the commencement of the legislative party meeting. MLAs have been advised to refrain from making statements to media before the meeting.

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