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Prior to farewell, Shivraj gave emotional post to the Dinner Party, FB, to the Personal Staff

After the defeat in Madhya Pradesh assembly elections, Shivraj Singh Chauhan has submitted his resignation to Governor Anandiben Patel. Soon, the Chief Minister is about to vacate the house. Prior to leaving the CM House, he gave his personal staff a fairway party. Shivraj also wrote a passionate post on Facebook.

Shivraj, as a Chief Minister, gave a dinner party to the personal staff, security personnel and officials who took the steps in his 13-year tenure.

Shivraj wrote on Facebook, “Today, I had a pleasant experience of eating food with my great family at the residence, who has been with me for the past 13 years as a shadow and standing in my every challenge. From senior officials to security personnel, these moments spent with their personal staff will be unforgettable throughout life.

He wrote, ‘The mind has become happier by spending time with all those who take care of the maintenance of the house to cleanliness and beauty. All of you have become such a deep bondage to me, which is not possible to forget. Thank you all from the heart. ‘ They shared some photos with this post.

After the announcement of election results, Shivraj Singh Chauhan, accepting defeat, said that he has now become free. He has submitted his resignation to Governor Anandiben Patel.
Former CM Shivraj Singh Chauhan, taking responsibility for this defeat, thanked the party workers for their hard work. Prior to the announcement of Shivraj Singh Chauhan, BSP chief Mayawati had made a press conference and declared the Congress support in Madhya Pradesh. Let me tell that Congress has 114 seats and BJP 109 seats.

Earlier, late night PCC chief Kamal Nath congratulated the workers for the victory and said that the party has achieved the majority and the government is going to form the government. Kamal Nath said that he has written a letter to the Raj Bhavan and is now going to meet Governor Anandiben Patel to claim that he is forming a government.

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