Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan reached the office of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) late night, Wednesday where he had a meeting with Deepak Vispute and Arun Jain. Organisational general secretary Suhas Bhagat was also present.  In the meeting, discussion took place on deputing RSS workers on seats where the party is on sticky wicket. There are around two dozen seats across the state where RSS would start its meetings in the last days. Discussion on pursuing party leaders, turning rebel, and contesting elections also took place.

It was also discussed in the meeting to pursue Brahmanand Ratnakar in Berasia, Rajesh Agarwal in Badnawar, Ramkrishna Kusumaria, who is contesting from Damoh and Patharia and the leaders with RSS background. There are some seats in the state where BJP leaders have turned rebel. RSS is going to work on these seats.

The annoyance in RSS leaders over ticket distribution to BJP leaders was also removed in the meeting. Chouhan and Bhagat after leaving Samidha came to the BJP office where they had a meeting on upcoming strategy. A discussion on party’s report on all seats also took place.