Bhopal,(His). There is a dispute in INDIA, the alliance of opposition parties, regarding ticket distribution for the Madhya Pradesh Assembly elections. Congress has fielded its candidates on all 230 assembly seats in the state. After this, the parties included in INDIA are also announcing their candidates in the election field against Congress. On Tuesday night itself, JDU declared the names of its candidates on five seats, while Samajwadi Party (SP) and Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) have also declared their candidates on many seats. In this way, SP, AAP and JDU have fielded their candidates against Congress on 89 seats.
Along with Congress, SP, AAP and JDU are also included in INDIA formed at the national level, but there is no alliance between them in Madhya Pradesh. That is why these parties have also released the lists of their candidates. Now these parties will contest elections against each other. Congress is the main opposition party in Madhya Pradesh. In such a situation, Congress is worried about loss. BJP is likely to benefit from this.
Congress has given ticket to Baijnath Kushwaha from Sabalgarh assembly seat, while SP has fielded Lal Singh Rathore from here. From Jaura, SP has given ticket to Reena Kushwaha and AAP to Bhagwati Dhakad against Pankaj Upadhyay of Congress. AAP’s Manju Solanki is contesting from Sumawali against Congress’s Kuldeep Sikarwar. AAP’s Ramesh Upadhyay will contest from Morena against Congress’s Dinesh Gurjar. From Dimani, SP has given ticket to Ramnarayan Sikarwar and AAP to Surendra Singh Tomar against Congress’s Ravindra Singh Tomar. AAP’s Rahul Kushwaha is in the fray against Congress’s Chaudhary Rakesh Chaturvedi from Bhind. On Mehgaon seat, Congress has given ticket to Rahul Bhadauria, while from here SP has fielded Brij Kishore Singh Gurjar and AAP has fielded Satinder Bhadauria.
AAP’s Yashwant Patwari against Congress’ Keshav Desai from Gohad, AAP’s Sumit Pal against Congress’ Saheb Singh Gurjar from Gwalior Rural, AAP’s Rohit Gupt against Congress’ Sunil Sharma from Gwalior, AAP against Congress’ Praveen Pathak from Gwalior South. Pankaj Gupta of K, AAP’s Sanjay Dubey is against Congress’s Dhanshyam Singh from Sevda, SP’s RB Rahul Ahirwar and AAP’s Ramani Devi Jatav are in the fray against Congress’s Phool Singh Baraiya from Bhander.
AAP’s Anup Goyal against Congress’s KP Singh from Shivpuri, JDU’s Chandrapal Yadav against Congress’s Arvind Singh Lodhi from Pichhor, AAP’s Mamta Meena against Congress’s Laxman Singh from Chachoda, AAP’s against Congress’s Surendra Chaudhary from Narayawali. Sharda Khatik, AAP’s Mukesh Kumar Jain against Congress’ Nidhi Jain from Sagar, AAP’s Sudhir Yadav against Congress’s Tarwar Singh Lodhi from Banda, SP’s RR Bansal against Congress’ Kiran Ahirwar from Jatara, Congress’s Narendra Singh from Prithvipur. SP’s Shivangi Singh Yadav against Rathore and AAP’s Uma Kushwaha, SP’s Meira Yadav against Congress’ Amit Rai from Niwari, AAP’s Pyarelal Soni against Congress’ Chanda Singh Gaur from Khargapur, AAP against Congress’ Neeraj Dixit from Maharajpur. K Ramji Patel will contest from Rajnagar against Congress’s Vikram Singh, SP’s Brijgopal Patel, AAP’s Rajupal and JDU’s Ramkunwar Raikwar.
AAP’s Bhagirath Patel against Congress’s Alok Chaturvedi from Chhatarpur, SP’s Manoj Yadav against Congress’s Charan Singh Yadav from Bijawar and AAP’s Amit Bhatnagar, AAP’s Chanda Kinnar against Congress’s Sadhvi Ram Siya Bharti from Malhara, Congress from Damoh. AAP’s Chahat Mani Pandey is contesting against Ajay Kumar Tandon of SP, Lakhan Lal Yadav of SP is contesting against Pratap Singh Lodhi of Congress from Jabera.
Similarly, Gunnaur, Chitrakoot, Raigaon, Satna, Nagod, Maihar, Rampur-Baghelan, Sirmaur, Teonthar, Mauganj, Devtalab, Mangawan, Rewa, Gudh Churhat, Sidhi, Chitrangi, Singrauli, Devsar, Dhauhani, Beohari, Manpur, Barwara, Vijayraghavgarh. , Mudwara, Bahoriband, Patan, Bargi, Jabalpur Cantt, Panagar, Shahpura, Parswara, Balaghat, Katangi, Chaurai, Seoni-Malwa, Sironj, Bhopal North, Narela, Bhopal Central, Govindpura, Huzur, Narsinghgarh, Shujalpur, Kalapipal, Sendhwa, Parties included in INDIA have also fielded their candidates against Congress from Rajpur, Pansemal, Thandla, Petlawat, Gandhwani, Manawar, Indore-1, Indore-4, Indore-5, Mhow, Nagda-Khachrod, Ujjain North and Ratlam city. Apart from these, BSP and Gondwana Republic Party have also declared their candidates on about 72 seats in the state assembly elections.
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