Serious allegation of BJP legislator- ‘Ticket distribution costs in crores, Prabhat Jha took money’

On the announcement of the candidates in Madhya Pradesh, the rebellion in the BJP has faded the shine. Those whose tickets have been cut are now opening a front against the party.

After former BJP MLA Ramesh Saxena and Ratlam’s current legislator Mathuralal Dabar, another BJP leader has made serious allegations against the party. BJP MLA from Tikamgarh KK Srivastava has said that it is known that ticket for Tikamgarh have been sold, in millions. The deal is done by BJP’s national vice president and MP Prabhat Jha. KK accused Jha of giving tickets with money, besides the legislator using objectionable words said that he won’t let BJP to become anybody’s mistress.

The BJP has released the first list of candidates. The party has announced its candidates in the remaining four seats except the Niwadi assembly constituency in Bundelkhand. Electors of Prithvirpur and Tikamgarh have been given tickets for new faces. Abhay Pratap Yadav from Prithipur has made the face of the BJP from Tikamgarh. At the same time, tickets for three ministers and 27 MLAs have been deducted this time. It includes BJP MLA KK Srivastava from Tikamgarh. BJP MLAs have come to the rebellion due to the ticket cutting.

KK. Srivastava has made serious allegations against Prabhat Jha infront of media at his residence, which can force the party to think. K. Srivastava said that we do the work of the RSS and we are the people who have been the party. We will not let the Bharatiya Janata Party become the mistress of any one person or family and the party will know the result on December 11. When the ticket was changed, K K Srivastava had alleged that BJP’s National Vice President and Rajya Sabha MP Prabhat Jha has sold tickets and has raised the question of Uma Bharti’s nephew Rahul Singh’s ticket. He asked the party that if the survey was bad in the report, then what was wrong with Rahul Singh, who had finally lost the election in the year 2013. K. Srivastava said that if party workers supported then he will contest the election independently.

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