Sidhi assembly: More contenders in opposition than in ruling party

  •  Three main contenders, including sitting MLA from ruling BJP in Sidhi assembly
  •  More than a dozen leaders are claiming for ticket from Congress

Aditya Singh/Kripashankar Tiwari, Sidhi

More contenders are seen from the opposition than from the ruling party in the elections to the Sidhi assembly constituency of Madhya Pradesh. There are three major contenders from the ruling BJP, including the sitting MLA, while more than a dozen contenders from the Congress are vying for the ticket.

According to political experts, if we talk about the main contenders from BJP regarding Sidhi assembly, then present senior BJP MLA Pt. Kedarnath Shukla, two former BJP district presidents Dr. Rajesh Mishra and Indrasharan Singh are there. Apart from these main contenders, a new candidate can also be announced as a new experiment by the BJP organization. Rajya Sabha MP Ajay Pratap Singh or Lok Sabha MP Smt. Reeti Pathak or any unexpected person can also be given ticket Sidhi from the Assembly. On the other hand, if we talk about the contenders of the Congress party for the Sidhi assembly, according to the information received from the party sources, there are more than a dozen contenders from the Congress party. In which District Congress Committee District President Gyan Singh Chauhan, former Municipal President Sidhi Devendra Singh Munnu, MP Congress Committee Vice President Lalchand Gupta, former District Congress Committee President Chintamani Tiwari, Anand Bahadur Singh, District Congress Committee Vice President Advocate Vinod Verma, District Youth Congress President Devendra Singh Dadu, former Lok Sabha Sidhi Youth Congress president Ranjana Mishra, Mahila Congress State General Secretary Kumudini Singh Chauhan, former NSUI President Sandeep Upadhyay, District Congress Committee General Secretary Vinod Mishra, Devendra Mishra, Organization Minister Dayashankar Pandey, Municipal Corporation Vice President Dan Bahadur Singh Chauhan, Arvind Tiwari are vying for the ticket. Apart from those who have applied, the name of Kamleshwar Dwivedi, a former minister and a two-time Congress candidate from Sidhi Assembly, can also be kept in the candidate panel. If the possibility of a new experiment is seen in the Congress, then in case of not getting the ticket in the BJP, BJP’s rebel and winning candidate can also be made candidate at the last moment of ticket distribution.

These names are also discussed in political circles

If the equation between the main parties BJP and Congress regarding tickets in the Sidhi assembly is disturbed, then there are some names being discussed in the political circles who can contest the elections. Among them is Dr. Anoop Mishra, son of former BJP District President Sidhi Dr. Rajesh Mishra, who has the image of a leading social worker as well as a successful businessman in the district and has created his own identity by rising above party politics in the district. Whereas Gurudutt Sharan Shukla, son of Pt. Kedarnath Shukla, the current senior BJP MLA of Sidhi Assembly, who inherited politics, started student politics from Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad and along with his father, senior BJP leader, was appointed as the President of Public Participation of the local college. Under the guidance of Pandit Kedarnath Shukla, he is playing an active role in the political and social programs taking place in the assembly constituency. Apart from this, the President of District Panchayat Sidhi, Dharmendra Singh Parihar, who is considered to be in the first line of the most important supporters of Sidhi MLA Pt. Kedarnath Shukla is known for his easy-going personality. If we talk about other Youngsters here, then Vishwabandhudhar Dwivedi, who is considered close to MP Smt. Reeti Pathak, who was in charge of the last Lok Sabha elections, is also claiming the ticket from the last two assembly elections.

Two contenders from Aam Aadmi Party as well

This time, the Aam Aadmi Party has made full preparations to enter the great battle of Assembly elections 2023 as the third option in Madhya Pradesh. Under which it will field its candidates in all the seats of the state. For this, a survey is also being conducted to select candidates on the basis of claims from every assembly. Here, if we talk about the contenders of Aam Aadmi Party for the Sidhi assembly, then there are two contenders. One of these loud and vocal speakers is AAP’s state joint secretary Anand Mangal Singh, who joined the Aam Aadmi Party from Congress. The second contender is Ramcharan Soni, District President of Aam Aadmi Party Sidhi.

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