Bhopal: Jyotiraditya Scindia reaches BJP office carrying fat envelop, visits CM house, residences of Narottam, Bhadoria

BHOPAL: Rajya Sabha MP, Jyotiraditya Scindia, visited Bhopal after two weeks on Wednesday.

He went to the residences of the BJP leaders the same diplomatic way as he did during his last trip to the state capital.

Scindia also visited the residence of Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan and that of Home Minister Narottam Mishra.

He also went to the BJP office and met the state in charge Muralidhar Rao, state party president VD Sharma and organisational general secretary Suhas Bhagat.

Scindia went to his loyalist Prabhuram Choudharyís house to bless his daughter who is getting married.

When he was going to the BJP office he was carrying a fat envelop which was a matter of discussion.

Scindia himself was carrying it. According to sources, the envelop contained a list of his supporters whom he wants to get adjusted to the government and to the party organisation.

Besides that, Scindia loyalists have some work which he wants to get done.

In his last trip to the state capital, Scindia visited the residence of Gopal Bhargava and that of Bhupendra Singh. He also met the RSS leaders.

In his current visit, he went to the residences of other ministers, but not the ones of his loyalists.

Sources further said Scindia was trying to get recognition in the party through such meetings.

Before joining the BJP, Scindia had bitter relations with those leaders. Now, he is trying to woo them.

Not getting room in party office, returns to Delhi

Seating arrangements for every leader have been made for Thursdayís working committee meeting. He has been advised to take part in the meeting either from Delhi or from Gwalior. Earlier, Scindia had a plan to take part in the meeting at the party office in Bhopal, so his schedule for return to Delhi was not released. Now, he is set to attend the meeting from Delhi after returning there.

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