Shivraj Singh Chouhan (L) and CM Kamal Nath
Shivraj Singh Chouhan (L) and CM Kamal Nath

It will be Shivraj Singh Chouhan versus Kamal Nath in the ensuing by-elections.

The BJP has geared up for the polls. The election operation committee and the election management committee of the party on Friday discussed about making a strategy for the elections.

Chief Minister Chouhan, BJP’s state unit president VD Sharma and other leaders of the party were present at the meeting.

The discontent leaders of the party Anup Mishra, Maya Singh, Deepak Joshi, Gaurishanker Shejwar and Lal Singh Arya were also present.

Nevertheless, Jaibhan Singh Pawaiya and Rustam Singh kept away from the discussion.

It was discussed that attention would be paid to the work done by the Congress during its 15-month rule.

The thrust would be on whether the people want the poor governance of Kamal Nath again or the rule of Shivraj government.

The Congress has begun to create an atmosphere against the former ministers and legislators who have crossed over to the BJP.

Those who were present in the meeting suggested that the party would aggressively raise the issues of the Congress’s 15-month rule.

The money transferred to the accounts of farmers, workers and other sections of the society during the past three months was stopped in the Congress rule. This should be told to the people.

They also suggested that precautions should be taken during the electioneering because of the corona pandemic. Social media and other digital equipment should be employed for electioneering.

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