Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan will contest from Budhni constituency within the state Assembly ballot that can be carried out on November 17, 2023. His title appeared on the fourth list of candidates BJP launched Monday.
Hours after the Election Commission of India introduced the dates of polling in 5 states, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) launched the list of 57 candidates for the upcoming polls in Madhya Pradesh.
Polling in Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Rajasthan, Mizoram, Telangana can be held between November 7 and 30.
BJP’s fourth list of candidate for Madhya Pradesh polls 2023
Madhya Pradesh’s Home Minister Narottam Mishra has been fielded from Datia, whereas Gopal Bhargava will contest from Rehli.
Vishwas Sarang will combat the MP Assembly polls from Narela and Tulsiram Silavat to contest from Sanwer.
Here’s full fourth candidate list launched by BJP for Madhya Pradesh polls 2023
BJP releases a list of 57 candidates for the upcoming election in Madhya Pradesh.
CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan to contest from Budhni, State’s HM Narottam Mishra to contest from Datia, Gopal Bhargava from Rehli, Vishwas Sarang from Narela and Tulsiram Silavat to contest from Sanwer pic.twitter.com/BxnfNqLKg1
— ANI (@ANI) October 9, 2023
The consequence of 230-seat Madhya Pradesh meeting election 2023 can be held on December 3.
The BJP launched its first list of candidates for the Madhya Pradesh meeting elections on August 17 which had names of 39 candidates.
The second list was launched on September 25 that featured three central ministers — Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar, Minister of State (MoS) for Food Processing Industries Prahlad Singh Patel, and Minister of State for Rural Development and Steel Faggan Singh Kulatse — and 4 Lok Sabha MPs.
A day later, the social gathering introduced that Monika Batti will contest from Amarwara, a seat reserved for STs. She joined the BJP after leaving the Gondwana Gantantra Party.
Of the 5 states going to the polls, BJP is in energy in Madhya Pradesh.
With inputs from companies