Madhya Pradesh elections: BJP's National General Secretary Kailash Vijayvargiya, who will contest from Indore-1 constituency in the upcoming assembly elections, said that he has not just come to become an MLA adding the party will give him some bigger role.
"Let me asusre you that the BJP is going to form the government again... I have not come just to become an MLA... the party will give me some bigger role and when I would be given that... I will do some big work... we have done development and will continue to do so...," Kailash Vijayvargiya said.
In its second list of 39 candidates for Madhya Pradesh elections, the BJP named Kailash Vijayvargiya along with three Union Ministers and four Lok Sabha members.
Importantly, Vijayvargiya will be contesting the assembly elections a decade after he won the Mhow seat for the second time in 2013. On the other hand, Union minister Narendra Singh Tomar will contest Assembly elections after two decades. He had last won Assembly polls from Gwalior for the second straight time in 2003.
The list of 39 candidates released by the party included the names of three Union ministers -- Minister of State for Food Processing Industries and Jal Shakti, Prahlad Singh Patel, from Narsinghpur; Agriculture Minister and the party’s state election management committee head Narendra Singh Tomar from Dimni-Morena; and Minister of State for Rural Development and Steel, Fagan Singh Kulaste from Niwas.
Four other Lok Sabha members including Ganesh Singh from Satna, Riti Pathak from Sidhi, Rakesh Singh from Jabalpur-West, and Uday Pratap Singh from Gadarwara will also contest the upcoming assembly elections.
With inputs from IANS