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Jhabua by-election : CM Kamal Nath to hold massive roadshow and rally with 5 ministers and 7 MLAs
9th October 2019
Bhopal, October 9, 2019 (Ataullah Faizan): In Jhabua Vidhan Sabha by-election, both Congress and BJP have stepped up election campaign. On Wednesday, CM Kamal Nath will campaign in favor of Congress candidate Kantilal Bhuria. He will holdthe first 18 km long roadshow with five ministers and seven MLAs. After this, he will also address a public meeting. Road show of CM, 5 ministers, 7 MLAs too: This election looks like a do or die for the Congress. This is the reason many VIPs are camping here. The Chief Minister’s road show will be from Mindal to Kalyanpura near Jhabua on Wednesday. There will be a meeting in Kalyanpura. Dozens of leaders including 5 ministers and 7 MLAs will come from the state in this road show. Minister Surendra Singh Baghel is camping there for the promotion of Kantilal Bhuria. Bala Bachchan is constantly coming. On Wednesday, Kamleshwar Patel, Vijayalakshmi Sadhau, Jayawardhan Singh will also come. Among the MLAs are Kalawati Bhuria, Gyarsilal Rawat, Manoj Chawla, Sachin Birla, Pratap Grewal, Veerasinh Bhuria, Walsingh Meda. The rebel Xavier Maeda of last election and Mujib Qureshi of Minority Congress will also come. Villagers of village Chhota Matasula boycott by-election The villagers of Chhota Matasula village of Ranapur, angry at not building the road, announced the boycott of the assembly by-election. The officers then reached the village and explained to the villagers. He assured them that road construction will take place after the code of conduct is over. The villagers then agreed to vote. Tehsildars RS Chauhan and TI Kailash Chauhan had reached the village to talk to the villagers. The villagers were assured to get their problems resolved after the removal of the code of conduct. However, many people remained adamant. Hence the reason for elections In the recent Lok Sabha elections, BJP fielded MLA Guman Singh Damore. Singh had resigned from the post of MLA after becoming an MP, after which the seat fell vacant. While Guman defeated Kantilal Bhuria’s son in the assembly elections, Kantilal Bhuria was defeated by a huge margin in the Lok Sabha elections.