Elections will prove to be a litmus test for the ministers of Malwa and Nimar

Elections in Indore and Ujjain divisions i.e. Malwa and Nimar zones ended on Monday. With this, elections have been completed for all 29 Lok Sabha seats in Madhya Pradesh. There are eight Lok Sabha seats in this region. Concerned over the low turnout in the first two phases, Union Home Minister Amit Shah, during his visit to Madhya Pradesh, had warned the MLAs and cabinet ministers of the state that if BJP lost in their assembly, they would have to bear the brunt of it. The blame will fall on the MLAs in the 2028 assembly elections, but what impact can it have on the ministers immediately after June 4. Ministers like Chief Minister Dr. Mohan Yadav, Deputy Chief Minister Jagdish Deora, Urban Development Minister Kailash Vijayvargiya, Cabinet Minister Vijay Shah, Nagar Singh Chauhan, Tulsi Silavat, Chetan Kashyap, Nirmala Bhuria come under this zone. This warning will affect all of them. Following the instructions of Amit Shah, MLAs and ministers had increased their participation in BJP’s election campaign. Otherwise earlier the MLAs were taking less interest in the election campaign. After June 4, the party will assess the election results according to the assembly seats. After this, it has to be seen how many ministers and MLAs of this region pass the test of Amit Shah and how many prove to be unsuccessful.

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