Survey is only important in Congress for ticket: Digvijay

  • Taunts Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan
  • There is no shortage of candidates in Congress
  • 5000 people are contenders for 230 seats

Chronicle Reporter, Bhopal

Former Chief Minister Digvijay Singh has said that five thousand people are making claims for the ticket on 230 seats in the state. In Congress, surveys are the only important thing. Only the one whose name appears in the public survey will get the ticket.

On the question of big leaders in BJP contesting the assembly elections, he said that there is no dearth of candidates in Congress. Here, on the question of Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan taking opinion from the public on contesting elections, former CM Digvijay Singh said that this means that he is not dependent on the BJP ticket. On Saturday, former minister PC Sharma organized a program for journalists in Bhopal, in which Digvijay Singh, who came to attend, said that it is not even dependent on BJP making him the Chief Minister. He said that Shivraj Singh Chouhan wants to contest elections directly and become the Chief Minister. Digvijay Singh said that Modi ji wanted to show the red eye (Stare) to China, but it was not visible there. Now Shivraj is definitely showing red eyes. Earlier, former CM and PCC Chief Kamal Nath wrote on social media that frustration in Madhya Pradesh BJP is at its peak.

First, Prime Minister Narendra Modi stopped taking the name of Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan and dropped him from the race for Chief Minister. In response to this, to put pressure on the Prime Minister, first the Chief Minister started asking the public whether I should contest the elections or not and now he is directly asking whether Modi ji should be the Prime Minister or not.

This was the statement of the Chief Minister

It is to inform that CM Shivraj is asking the public whether I should contest the elections or not. On October 3, the CM asked in Budni whether I should contest the elections or not? Should I fight from here or not? On October 4, he said in Burhanpur that he looks physically weak but is strong in fighting. Earlier he had said in Sehore that you will miss me a lot if I leave. On Friday, he asked the public in Dindori how the government is running, should I become CM or not? When he questioned the media about giving these statements, he said that a deep vision is required to understand it.

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