Contest on stuck seats of Mahakoshal was one-sided

  • Analysis – Congress disappointed in Chhindwara too

Avinash Dixit, Jabalpur
After the voting, speculations were being done that it would be a bit difficult for BJP to win Chhindwara, Mandla of Mahakoshal and Damoh Lok Sabha seat of Bundelkhand, but when the results were declared on June 4, the contest on all the seats of the region, along with these seats appeared to be one-sided. Congress was hoping that BJP’s plans would not come to fruition in Chhindwara parliamentary constituency, but here too, it was disappointed. Former Chief Minister of the state Kamal Nath’s son Nakul Nath had to face defeat here with a big margin.

Talking about Jabalpur Lok Sabha seat, BJP has not only retained its hold here since 1996, but in every general election its candidates have increased the margin of victory. This time too, BJP’s Ashish Dubey has registered a historic victory by breaking all previous records. In Balaghat, BJP candidate Bharti Pardhi has been successful in winning. The matter of satisfaction for the Congress here is that the contest was not allowed to become one-sided as compared to 2019. The Mandla seat of Union Minister Faggan Singh Kulaste, who tasted defeat in the assembly elections, was also being speculated to be in trouble, but defying all speculations, Faggan Singh not only succeeded in winning the Mandla seat but also succeeded in answering the questions being raised about his political future. However, it is worth noting that he once again failed to perform better in his home constituency Niwas assembly seat.

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