Bhopal: MLA puts onus on Bawaria for Cong loss in Vidisha

Staff ReporterUpdated: Wednesday, May 29, 2019, 03:12 AM IST
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Bhopal: Voices of resentment against state in-charge Deepak Bawaria has once again started cropping up in state as on Monday a Congress MLA held Bawaria responsible for defeat of Congress in Vidisha district in the Assembly elections. “I personally believe that because of state in-charge Deepak Bawaria, the Congress party lost four seats in Vidisha district, I ask him to go back to Gujarat,” said MLA Sashank Bhargava while addressing party worker meeting in Vidisha on Monday.

Ahead of the Assembly elections, Bawaria had faced resistance from its own party members in places including Satna, Rewa and Khargon. Bhargava alleged that, because of Bawaria’s wrong and irrational formula the Congress had to face defeat in four of the assembly constituencies of the district.

Before the assembly elections Bawaria had changed the district presidents which gave jolt to the old setup and as a result the seats were lost, said the MLA. Bawaria should go back to Gujarat as Madhya Pradesh doesn’t need him, he added. The MLA was addressing the meeting called at Congress office regarding the coming Lok Sabha elections. Newly appointed LS in-charge Prabhu Singh Thakur and many other party leaders were present at the meeting.

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