Bhopal,(His). The second list for MP assembly elections has been released by BJP late on Monday evening. Names of 39 candidates have been declared in this. Among these, three Union Ministers have also been given tickets. Among these, Narendra Singh Tomar has been made the candidate from Dimani seat of Morena, Prahlad Patel from Narsinghpur and Faggan Singh Kulaste from Niwas, while the party’s National General Secretary Kailash Vijayvargiya has been given ticket from Indore Assembly Number-1.
The list has been released by BJP’s National General Secretary Arun Singh, in which it has been told that the Bharatiya Janata Party Central Election Committee meeting was held on September 13 under the chairmanship of National President JP Nadda. Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Defense Minister Rajnath Singh, Home Minister Amit Shah and other members of the Central Election Committee were present in the meeting. In this meeting, the second list of BJP was given the green signal. This list has been released on this basis.
According to the released list, the party has nominated Durgalal Vijay from Sheopur, Raghunath Kansana from Morena, Narendra Singh Tomar from Dimani, Amrish Sharma Guddu from Lahar and Mohan Singh Rathore from Bhitarwar, Imarti Devi from Dabra, Pradeep Aggarwal from Sevdha, Ramesh Khatik from Karaira, Hirendra Singh Bunty from Raghogarh, Brij Bihari Pateria from Deori, Arvind Pateria from Rajnagar, Ganesh Singh from Satna, Shrikant Chaturvedi from Maihar, Reeti Pathak from Sidhi, Vishwamitra Pathak from Sinhawal, Dilip Jaiswal from Kotma, Rakesh Singh from Jabalpur West, Dindori from Pankaj has been made the candidate from Tekam, Faggan Singh Kulaste from Niwas and Gaurav Pardhi from Katangi.
Similarly, Prahlad Singh Patel from Narsinghpur, Uday Pratap Singh from Gadarwara, Natthan Shah from Junnardev, Vivek Bunty Sahu from Chhindwara, Jyoti Daheria from Parasia, Gangabai Uike from Ghoradongri, Narendra Shivaji Patel from Udaipur, Hazarilal Dangi from Khilchipur, Madhu Gehlot from Agar. . The party has made Singh and Sangeeta Charel its candidate from Sailana.
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