In preparation for the Madhya Pradesh Assembly polls, Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan organized a lively roadshow in the Sehore district on Thursday, garnering an enthusiastic reception from the locals who adorned him with flowers and garlands. Amid the escalating election fervor in Madhya Pradesh, CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan has fully immersed himself in the state’s campaigning activities. Recently, he addressed a public rally in Harda, shedding light on the BJP-initiated ‘Ladli Behna Yojana’ in the region. Addressing the gathering in Harda, CM Chouhan said “There are 46 lakh girls, whose education will completely be sponsored by the Government. Women will get 50 percent reservation in the local body elections, which is also done by the BJP. I made the ‘Ladli Behna Yojana’ to make the women financially dependent in the state.” During his recent campaign in the state, CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan criticized the Congress, highlighting internal divisions within the party. He remarked that the Congress has transformed from a ‘Kapda Phaad Congress’ to a ‘Ticket Badal Congress’, signaling a shift in its traditional stance.
Prior to the state assembly elections, the Madhya Pradesh CM orchestrated a significant roadshow in Narmadapuram. Among the five states with elections scheduled this year, Madhya Pradesh is set to undergo polls on November 17, with vote counting slated for December 3. The electorate will elect legislators from 230 Assembly constituencies.