Sources associated with the central leadership claim that the name has been approved.
-Congratulations and good wishes posters put up in Gwalior
-Shivraj and VD Sharma had already ruled themselves out of the CM race.
Bhopal (EMS). The curtain is going to be revealed very soon on who will be the next Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh. Sources associated with the central leadership say that the name of Narendra Singh Tomar has been decided. His name has been approved by the top leadership of the party, only the observers are yet to meet and make a formal announcement.
This can also be believed because on the question of who will be the next Chief Minister, current Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan and BJP State President Vishnu Dutt Sharma have already said that they are not involved in this race. He himself has kept his name out of it.
Ever since BJP’s unexpected victory in the Madhya Pradesh Assembly elections, the churning over the name of the Chief Minister is going on continuously. For this, names of veteran leaders at state and national level have been discussed regularly. Amidst the ongoing churning in Delhi regarding who will be the Chief Minister, sources said that the name of the Chief Minister has been decided, only the formality of the announcement is left. For this, supervisors will hold a meeting and announce the names. Even before this, posters regarding making Union Minister Narendra Singh Tomar the Chief Minister have been put up in Gwalior and the process of congratulating and wishing him has started. In a poster that went viral on social media, he has been addressed as ‘Boss’.
– Tomar’s organizational ability has no match.
There is no match for the organizational ability of Narendra Singh Tomar in Madhya Pradesh. His image is that he has a strong hold on administration and is recognized as a skilled strategist. Union Minister Tomar reached Parliament for the first time after being elected as a Lok Sabha member from Morena parliamentary constituency of Madhya Pradesh in the year 2009. Before this, he was also a Rajya Sabha member from the state. Even at present, he was elected MP from Gwalior Lok Sabha constituency and was made a Union Minister in the Modi government.
– Tomar is the first choice of youth
Tomar had taken an active role in politics since his student days. He was the president of the student union in the college. After completing his education, he was elected to the post of councilor of Gwalior Municipal Corporation. In 1977, he was made the divisional president of Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha. Union Minister Tomar has served various positions in Yuva Morcha very well. Seeing his ability, he was made the State President of Yuva Morcha in the year 1996. In such a situation, Tomar currently has a good hold not only in Madhya Pradesh but even at the district and block level of Chhattisgarh.
– When became MLA
Tomar was elected MLA from Gwalior for the first time in 1998. After this, he won the election from here for the second time in the year 2003. During this period, he was also made minister of many important departments in the cabinet of Ms. Uma Bharti, Babulal Gaur and Shivraj Singh Chauhan.
Tomar was elected to the post of State President of BJP in the year 2008 and after that he was elected as Rajya Sabha member unopposed on 15 January 2009. After this, he also fulfilled the responsibility of the post of National General Secretary of the party. Tomar was again made the state president of the party on 16 December 2012.
– Consensus reached among the leaders involved in the race
The leaders who were involved in the race for the post of Chief Minister. The Central High Command discussed with all the leaders and tried to reach a consensus. Ultimately all the claimants were seen agreeing on Tomar’s name. The selection process will be completed through an observer in the legislature party meeting.
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