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BJP Chief On Subsequent Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister

'Parliamentary Board Will Decide': BJP Leader On Next Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister

The state will vote on November 17.


Senior BJP chief Ravi Shankar Prasad on Wednesday mentioned the get together’s parliamentary board will take a call on who would be the subsequent chief minister of Madhya Pradesh after it wins the November 17 meeting elections and kinds a authorities within the state.

The ruling Bharatiya Janata Get together’s transfer of fielding seven Lok Sabha members, together with three Union ministers – Narendra Singh Tomar, Faggan Singh Kulaste and Prahlad Patel – and likewise get together’s normal secretary Kailash Vijayvargiya for the Madhya Pradesh meeting polls has signalled that has stored choices open for the state’s prime put up.

Addressing a press convention right here, former Union minister Prasad mentioned, “It’s the custom of the get together that the parliamentary board takes the choice…And opinion of MLAs might be taken when the federal government is shaped. A deserving individual will turn into the chief minister.”

He was replying to a query about who may very well be the chief minister of Madhya Pradesh if the BJP wins.

Throughout a media interplay in August this yr, Union Residence Minister Amit Shah had refused to present a direct reply, when requested if incumbent Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan will proceed to be the chief minister if the BJP retains energy after the elections.

“Why are you (media) doing the get together’s work? Our get together will do its personal work. Shivraj ji is chief minister and we’re within the election…Take the event works of Modi ji (PM Modi) and Shivraj ji to the general public. Additionally spotlight if the Congress did any growth,” Mr Shah had mentioned.

Concentrating on the opposition Congress, Mr Prasad mentioned when Hamas terrorists attacked Israel, PM Narendra Modi condemned it, however on the similar time, India helped the needy individuals in Palestine.

“However the stand of the Congress has been the identical as that of the Muslim League in Kerala. A Hamas chief addressed a rally in Kerala however Congress is sustaining silence on the problem. Did the Congress oppose when INDIA bloc constituents termed Sanatana Dharma as dengue and malaria?” he requested.

On the one hand the Congress retains silence when Sanatan Dharmaa is insulted, whereas on the opposite it tries to attach with Hamas for votes, the BJP MP alleged.

Elections to the 230-member Madhya Pradesh meeting might be held on November 17.

(Aside from the headline, this story has not been edited by NDTV workers and is revealed from a syndicated feed.)

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