MP Election 2023: Madhya Pradesh’s political landscape is buzzing with activity following the inclusion of prominent leaders like Central Minister Narendra Singh Tomar in the BJP’s second list for assembly elections. Speculation is now rife that Central Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia might also be considered for a party ticket in the assembly elections. Responding to questions about Scindia’s potential candidacy, Central Minister Tomar stated, “You should wait for the decision of the Election Committee; the Central Election Committee makes the decision.”
Tomar’s statement came in response to inquiries regarding whether Jyotiraditya Scindia would contest the elections. Tomar emphasized that the Gwalior-Chambal region was important, and the BJP was actively participating in the elections. He also addressed questions about supporters of Akash Vijayvargiya seeking tickets and staging demonstrations at the party office, saying that in a democracy, everyone has the right to express their views, and multiple aspirants might contest in one assembly constituency.
Expressing optimism about Prime Minister Modi’s visits to Madhya Pradesh, Tomar stated that Modi’s presence would benefit the state’s development and accelerate progress.
Taking a jab at the Congress, Tomar said that the Congress lacks substantive issues, which is why it resorts to discussing unrelated matters. He challenged the Congress to provide an account of their accomplishments during their ten-year tenure at the center. Tomar also mentioned that the BJP, being the world’s largest political party, is prepared to contest and win the elections.
Regarding Yashodhara Raje Scindia’s potential assembly election participation, Tomar stated that he had not yet seen the scenario and would comment when he had more information.