MP Assembly Election 2023: Voting for assembly elections in Madhya Pradesh will be held on November 17 and the results will be out on December 3. Regarding the elections, where on one hand heated discussion is going on between the political parties, on the other hand there is an atmosphere of happiness and sadness at some places after the distribution of tickets. The BJP on Saturday released its fifth list of candidates in which the names of 92 candidates have been approved. After the release of the list of candidates, the fight within the BJP also came to the fore. The nomination of Abhilash Pandey as a candidate from the North Central Assembly constituency in Jabalpur angered the workers and took to the streets. Not only this, the angry workers also abused and pushed Union Minister Bhupinder Yadav.
BJP workers also raised slogans against party president VD Sharma and strongly protested against giving ticket to Abhilash Pandey. Former minister Sharad Jain, opposition leader Kamlesh Agarwal and former Yuva Morcha president of the BJP party Dheeraj Patria were also among the protesters. The video of this entire incident is going viral.
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In fact, the protesting BJP workers say that Abhilash does not live in their assembly constituency, he lives in the West Assembly and has been fielded from the Central Assembly. Workers said that we will not support any outside candidate. The workers were so angry that they surrounded Union Minister and State Election In-charge Bhupendra Yadav and started shouting slogans in front of him. The agitating workers also pushed them and when the minister’s guard tried to remove the workers, the agitated workers started beating them.
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