Bhopal. As the election time in Madhya Pradesh is getting closer, the visits of big leaders are increasing. In this episode, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Priyanka Gandhi are visiting Mahakaushal this month. It is believed that from here BJP and Congress will start their respective election campaigns. Before 2018, Mahakaushal was considered a BJP stronghold. But, the figures of 2018 were shocking for the BJP. Because of this, BJP is working hard to get back its lost land.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi is visiting Mahakaushal on June 21, World Yoga Day. During this, he can make some big announcements for Mahakaushal. On the other hand, National General Secretary of Congress Priyanka Gandhi is also coming to Mahakaushal on 12th June. She will formally start the election campaign of the Congress here. During this, she will also release the women’s promissory note of the Congress. Significantly, there are 38 assembly constituencies in Mahakaushal. In the 2018 elections, the Congress had won 24 seats here. Whereas, BJP had won only 12 seats. The figures for the year 2013 were opposite.
Politics on Mahakaushal
On the visits of Mahakaushal, Congress spokesperson Anand Jat says that Priyanka Gandhi is coming to Jabalpur to address a big election meeting. It can be assumed that this is the beginning of the election campaign of Congress in Madhya Pradesh. Along with this, the Congress has prepared a special promissory note for half the population ie women. Priyanka will release that too on the same day.
Congress asked questions
Jat said that the Prime Minister is coming for the third time this year. When he came for the first time, he released leopards in Kuno, the second time he inaugurated Mahakal Lok and the third time he flagged off the Vande Bharat train. He said that the way corruption took place in Mahakal Lok, the manner in which cheetahs are dying in Kuno and Vande Bharat trains are becoming victims of accidents, the Congress is asking them some reasonable questions. Will the Prime Minister make some statements regarding these incidents during his visit to Mahakaushal?