MP News: Political strife is once again at its peak in Madhya Pradesh. Both the ruling party Bharatiya Janata Party and the opposition Congress have started giving edge to their election preparations. While on the one hand the ruling BJP has started trying to overcome its shortcomings, on the other hand, the opposition party Congress has started strengthening its organization.
The growing tussle between Congress and BJP
A period of intense political rhetoric has started from both the sides. The growing tussle between the Congress and the BJP has created turmoil in the politics of the state. In such a situation, the Congress, away from power, wants to break every plan of the BJP, in this episode, the Congress has started working on a special plan from its side.
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Preparations started for assembly elections
Let us tell you that the assembly elections are to be held in Madhya Pradesh next year. In such a situation, BJP has made a special plan for 100 special seats in the state. At the same time, Congress has also started working on some similar strategy. The Congress has engaged a special section of its people in this episode, so that there is no shortage of any kind in the next year’s assembly elections.
Congress gave this work to Mahila Morcha
Let us tell you that the Congress has employed Mahila Morcha in this special strategy. Also, under this strategy of the Mahila Morcha Congress, a campaign has been started to add one member from every household. As part of its strategy, the Congress has started focusing on the seats it has lost in the last 4 to 5 consecutive times. Congress has started giving more importance to those seats. Congress is pouring full force for the next assembly elections.
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