Raghunandan Sharma’s advice to Shivraj; Don’t fight LS poss, motivate candidates

Bhopal, March 13, 2019 (Ataullah Faizan): Senior BJP leader Raghunandan Sharma has targeted former chief minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan. Sharma has objected to Shivraj’s contesting the Lok Sabha election. He said that this trend is not right.
Actually, former Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan is in discussions to contest the Vidisha Lok Sabha seat. External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj is an MP from this constituency and this time she has announced that she will not contest elections. Since then Shivraj’s name has been included in the race.
Present ideal thinking in front of workers
Sharma said that Shivraj is still a legislator. If the party also tells them to contest elections, then they should refuse. Tell the party that I will win people, now I will not fight myself. This is not the first time that Sharma has targeted Shivraj. Even before this, he has targeted Shivraj and his own party.
In the past, during the meeting at the BJP office, Shivaraj had also objected to the delay and went on giving speeches. Hitting on Shivraj, for the sake of the name, it was said that people went away after giving a speech. If the organization has given responsibility then they should be present in the meeting for a full time. He said on behalf of the state president Rakesh Singh that the meetings do not start from time, so that the worker does not have time to meet.
Sharma also questions on ticket distribution
Sharma said that he was betrayed in the last Lok Sabha elections. Till the national president asked him to prepare from Mandsaur seat, later the ticket was given to the other. They said that they will not spread hands to anyone for te ticket this time.

He said that party should give tickets to loyal people. Ticketing will be harmed by those who make the orbits. The party should understand the difference of leadership in the revolutionary and the feudalist. Parikrama plaintiffs bring tickets, but they are not good for the party’s health. During the assembly elections, the selection of candidates was not correct, the fault lies in you.