Scindia pro MLAs may face heavy losses in BJP
Scindia pro MLAs may face heavy losses in BJP


The Bharatiya Janata Party has also made upheaval in the politics of Madhya Pradesh. While making Jyotiraditya Scindia a Rajya Sabha candidate as a reward for toppling Kamal Nath's government, it has indicated that he may be made a minister in the Modi government in future, but now his supporters will be on the test of profit and loss. Scindia also realizes this. That is why, after a long stay in Bengaluru, before bringing his supporting former MLAs to Bhopal, he also joined the BJP by wearing saffron strap in the hands of BJP President JP Nadda in Delhi.

For your information, let us tell you that in the near future in the by-elections in 24 assembly seats, the possibility of implementing the formula of friendship with enemy of enemy is beginning to be seen. BJP candidates lost to them in the last election can feed a new gulp with their opponents. As a sign, former minister Jaibhan Singh Pawaiya was defeated in Gwalior by Pradyuman Singh Tomar, a minister in the Kamal Nath government, in the legislative elections. Pawaiya, who has been the main face of the Ram temple movement, is considered to be the biggest opponent of Scindia. He can do any sport for his future.

It is being speculated that in the future by-elections, there will be a challenge from getting tickets to winning. In such a situation, not only Pawaiya, but many BJP stalwarts will make equations in their own interest. On the Congress ticket in Morena seat, Raghuraj Singh Kanshana defeated Rustom Singh, a former minister of the BJP government and retired IPS officer, in the election. Similarly, Deepak Joshi of BJP was defeated by Manoj Chaudhary of Congress in Hatpipalya seat and Sudhir Yadav of BJP in Surkhi seat was defeated by Govind Singh Rajput. Deepak Joshi Former Chief Minister Kailash is the son of Joshi, while Sudhir Yadav's father Lakshminarayan Yadav has been the MP of Sagar

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