-Nasir in North, Daga in Huzoor, Mehar in Berasia announced to contest as independent
Bhopal, (EMS). The uproar over ticket distribution for the assembly elections to be held on November 17 in Madhya Pradesh is showing no sign of stopping. BJP-Congress have announced their candidates on all the seven seats of Bhopal. But Congress rebels have won on three seats. Congress rebels have announced to contest as independent candidates from North, Huzur and Berasia seats of Bhopal.
If Congress is most worried anywhere in Bhopal, then it is most worried about the North Assembly seat. Congress has fielded Atif Akil, son of sitting MLA Arif Akil, from this seat after many protests. Former Congress assembly candidate Nasir Islam has already announced to contest this seat as an independent candidate. Apart from this, Arif’s brother Aamir Akil has also raised the flag of protest. Arif Akil and Congress have been holding the North Assembly seat for six decades. North Assembly is considered an impenetrable stronghold of Congress. On this seat, BJP has fielded former mayor Alok Sharma.
Huzoor’s Daaga becomes Congress’s trouble
Congress has given ticket to Naresh Gyanchandani from Huzoor seat of Bhopal. The party has made Naresh Gyanchandani its candidate to woo the 50 thousand Sindhis of Bairagarh coming to Huzur seat. Due to not getting ticket on this seat, MLA Jitendra Daga has announced to contest the elections as an independent candidate. Daga has even started public relations. He says that the public wants me to contest the elections, so I will contest the elections. BJP has made sitting MLA Rameshwar Sharma its candidate on this seat.
Rebel Ram Mehar increases tension of Congress in Berasia
Congress has made Jayashree Harikaran its candidate for Berasia assembly seat. But the opposition to him has started from the day Congress declared Jayashree Harikaran as its candidate. Ram Mehar, who is claiming the ticket, has announced to contest as an independent candidate. BJP has fielded sitting MLA Vishnu Khatri on this seat.
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