CM Shivraj files nomination papers

  • Says aim of contesting is to make people’s life better

Chronicle Reporter, Bhopal
Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan on Monday submitted his nomination papers as Bharatiya Janata Party candidate from Budhni Assembly constituency of Sehore district.

During this time his wife Sadhna Singh Chouhan was also present with him.

Before this, Shri Chouhan also conducted a road show in Budhni Assembly.

Shri Chouhan reached his home village Jait with his family in the morning. He worshiped Narmada in Jait, worshiped in Hanuman temple and worshiped all the deities in his ancestral house. After this, after worshiping Mother Vijayasana in Salkanpur, he reached Budhni.

Budhni is the traditional area of Shri Chouhan and he has been continuously representing it.

Today is the last day for filing nomination papers in the state. Voting will be held in all 230 assembly constituencies in the state on November 17. Both the parties have announced the names of all their candidates. Scrutiny of nomination papers will take place tomorrow on October 31 and November 2 is the last day for withdrawal of nominations.

After filing the nomination CM Chouhan said, “We will serve the public and will do it in such a way that the world would remember that someone had come. The aim of my life is to make the lives of the people better. I want to tell the women of the entire state that in the coming five years I will make every sister a Lakhpati Didi.”

He further said that contesting elections was not a matter of glorifying oneself, the aim of contesting elections, forming the government, was to make life better for the people. Therefore no one would remain poor, he would not let anyone remain poor and would work together.

“Development work will be done here as well as in the entire state, no stone will be left unturned. I have come out to change the times, I have not just come out to contest elections, I have come out to change Madhya Pradesh and to change Budhni. I will think about how every village will be a model village, no village will be left out in the state,” CM Chouhan said.

He also said that he had worked hard with all his strength and the people of the state were his family.

“I have worked hard with all my might. You (public) and I, we are not two separate things but just one. We are a family. I am in you and you are in me, this is my family,” Chouhan said.

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