After pronouncing the candidature of senior leader Digvijaya Singh from Bhopal, which the Congress has now not gained because 1989, the birthday party is mulling outstanding leaders from other seats, Vidisha and Indore, where it has no longer tasted achievement for closing 15 years or extra. Bhopal is considered a hard seat for the Congress alongside
Indore, Vidisha, Bhind, and Damoh because the BJP has no longer lost in those constituencies because of 1989. Still, the Congress hopes to build on the recent victory in Assembly polls to dislodge the saffron celebration. Apart from those 5, there are nine different seats out of the overall 29 Lok Sabha constituencies in which the Congress has not received all through the 15-yr BJP rule within the nation. Chief Minister Kamal Nath has represented.
Chhindwara, in ten instances, six times in a row, even as senior party leader and Congress trendy secretary for Uttar Pradesh (West) Jyotiradiya Scindia, has been triumphing from Guna due to the fact 2002. These have been the handiest two seats out of 29 received by using Congress in the 2014 Lok Sabha election, which was swept using the BJP.
“The party will area senior leaders in seats like Indore and Vidisha, which it has no longer gained due to 1989,” Madhya Pradesh Congress spokesman Pankaj Chaturvedi advised PTI.
“Like Assembly polls, our celebration this time has sought evaluations of ground degree people from Mandal, block, and district to finalize the pleasant candidate who can win from those seats where the party has now not received for lengthy,” he said.
“The birthday party had carried out a similar experiment in the course of meeting polls additionally and had pleasant effects, and the identical is anticipated in Lok Sabha polls additionally because of anti-Modi sentiment within you. S. A .,” he stated.
The Congress’ choice to discipline former Madhya Pradesh chief minister Digvijaya Singh from Bhopal has already raised the country’s political temperature.
Soon after Singh’s candidature was introduced, Ajay Singh, former chief of competition and near confidant of Digvijaya Singh, demanded that the birthday celebration area different senior leaders from hard seats in Indore and Vidisha.
Without taking the call of any particular chief, he advised PTI that “the birthday party has a tall leader in Chambal Gwalior region, and he must be fielded from different hard seats like Indore and Vidisha.”
He turned, to Congress’s well-known secretary and Guna MP, Jyotiraditya Scindia. Kamal Nath, Digvijaya Singh, and Scindia have led rival factions within the birthday party’s kingdom unit.
The BJP has now not but determined its candidate in Bhopal, and there is speculation that former chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan may be pitted against Digvijaya Singh. In 2003, Chouhan had contested assembly polls in opposition to Singh from the latter’s domestic constituency Raghogarh in the Guna district.
There are 14 constituencies from which the Congress had no longer received at some point during the BJP rule inside the country, while the saffron celebration failed to wrest the Congress stronghold of Chhindwara and Guna.
State BJP’s chief spokesman Deepak Vijaywargiya said, “This time, BJP will try and win all the 29 seats within the state and could field robust applicants of the quality of Scindia and Nath of their respective constituencies.”
“The birthday party will discipline the pleasant workers from the last seats of the nation so that it can win from all the constituencies,” he stated.
“Depending upon the competition candidate, the birthday party might also exchange its method at the last second to ensure victory in every constituency,” he said.
The fourteen seats from wherein the Congress has no longer received since last 15 years are — Bhopal, Indore, Vidisha, Morena, Bhind, Sagar, Tikamgarh, Damoh, Khajuraho, Satna, Jabalpur, Balaghat, Betul, and Rewa.
The Congress has introduced Kiran Ahirwar from Tikamgarh, Kavita Singh from Khajuraho, Madhu Bhagat from Balaghat, and Ramu Tekam from Betul.
Except for Rewa, the BJP has been winning from the relaxation of the seats. In 2009, Bahujan Samaj Party’s (BSP) Devraj Singh Patel won from Rewa, in 2004 and 2014, the BJP emerged positive from this seat in the Vindhya region, bordering Uttar Pradesh.