-The effect of protest is beginning to be seen in Congress
Bhopal, (EMS). The candidates fielded by Congress for the assembly elections to be held on November 17 in Madhya Pradesh are facing opposition on many seats. The effect of the protest is becoming visible in the seats of the state where there is more opposition regarding the candidates. It is said that Congress is considering changing the candidates there. Consultations have taken place between PCC Chief Kamal Nath, state in-charge Randeep Singh Surjewala and former CM Digvijay Singh regarding changing the candidates. Let us tell you that Congress has changed three tickets even after the first list.
According to Congress sources, the party is seriously considering changing the candidates of Badnagar, Shivpuri, Morena and Niwari. Congress sources say that not only is there opposition to the existing candidates, regional and caste equations are also coming in the way. Apart from this, Kamal Nath, Surjewala and Digvijay are discussing with the rebel leaders amid opposition from the candidates on other seats.
More opposition on these seats
On Badnagar seat, Congress has canceled the ticket of Murli Morwal and given ticket to Rajendra Singh Solanki. Morwal is angry with the ticket being cut. Morwal alleges that the party has canceled my ticket and given the ticket to a person whom no one recognizes even in the tehsil. Morwal also had discussions with Kamal Nath and Digvijay Singh. Similarly, ticket of Morena MLA Ajab Singh Kushwaha has been canceled and ticket has been given to Kuldeep Sikarwar. There is opposition to the candidate here. There is opposition against Amit Rai, the candidate from Niwari assembly constituency. Roshni Yadav, daughter-in-law of former Governor Ram Naresh Yadav, is a strong contender for this seat.
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