Harshraj Gupta, Khargone. As the assembly elections in Madhya Pradesh are getting closer. By the way, the number of claimants is also increasing. Something similar has been seen in Bhikangaon assembly of Khargone district, where many BJP candidates were contesting on the same seat. Then a unique initiative was taken. In the presence of Khandwa Lok Sabha MP Gyaneshwar Patil, the BJP contenders were administered the oath of Bajrangbali in front of their workers that whoever gets the ticket, we will work with them with full honesty.
Actually today the conference of the United Front was organized. In the program of the United Front, the five contenders of the assembly in the Jaitgaon Hanuman temple took an oath on Bajrangbali that the Bharatiya Janata Party will give ticket to anyone, we will work with them honestly with full loyalty. These five BJP workers who have taken oath include Nanda Brahmani, Dhul Singh Davar, Gulab Singh Vaskale, Bahadur Vaskale and Sanjay More.
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While administering the oath of Bajrang Bali, it was said that we are active workers of BJP on the holy land of Hanuman. We are claimant workers of Bhikangaon assembly. Due to reservation there are eligible workers here, but BJP will give ticket to only one. Whoever gets the ticket, we will have to work for the lotus flower and if we betray, Bajrangbali will never forgive.
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Please tell that Bhikangaon Tehsil comes in Khargone district, but it is a part of Khandwa parliamentary constituency. Therefore, it is the responsibility of the MP to perform better in the assembly elections in his parliamentary constituency. MP Dnyaneshwar Patil said in Khandwa that the matter of administering the oath came because if we unite, no one can defeat us.
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