TURNCOATS CONFIRMED AS BJP CANDIDATES

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Sources in the BJP informed that all 25 Congress MLAs who quit party to join the BJP in March this year will be re-nominated from their respective seats, while the saffron party is trying to reach a consensus over names for Joura (Morena district) and Agar Malwa assembly constituencies. However, the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is all set to announce its candidates in one go after the ‘Pitra Paksh.’

Zafar Alam Khan | Bhopal After lagging behind its arch political rival and the opposition Congress in announcing candidates for the 27 assembly seats of Madhya Pradesh, the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is all set to announce its candidates in one go after the ‘Pitra Paksh.’ Notably, the Congress has for the first time announced 15 candidates of the total 27 seats ahead of BJP. Sources in the BJP informed that all 25 Congress MLAs who quit party to join the BJP in March this year will be re-nominated from their respective seats. They said that apart from 22 Scindia loyalists who have already been told to prepare for the by-polls, three leaders from Mandhata (Narayan Singh Patel), Nepanagar (Sumitra Kasdekar) and Malhara (Pradyuman Singh Lodhi), who had resigned as MLAs and quit Congress to join BJP will also contest from their old assembly seats. Sources also disclosed that Congress has made some intelligent moves and fielded former MP Premchand Guddu from Sanwer, KL Agrawal from Bamori and Asha Dohre from Ashoknagar. BJP has almost finalised 25 names, out of which 22 are former Congress MLAs who switched over to the saffron party. The saffron party is trying to reach a consensus over names for Joura (Morena district) and Agar Malwa assembly constituencies. BJP state president VD Sharma while talking to Absolute India said, “We have almost decided on 25 names for the upcoming bypolls. There are discussions underway for names on two seats, Joura and Agar Malwa. They are also likely to be finalised after ‘Pitra Paksha.’ By then we will complete our organisational programmes slated for September 16 and 17 to mark ‘Sewa Saptah’ on the occasion of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s birthday.” However, the Congress ridiculed BJP theory of waiting for an auspicious day to declare its names. Congress state spokesperson KK Mishra said, “BJP loyalists have resented the distribution of tickets to Scindia supporters. Now, the party is seeking an auspicious day to eclare the names of candidates.There are internal differences in the party ahead of the by-polls which will come to fore very soon.”

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