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Madhya Pradesh Assembly Elections: BJP announces candidates for Guna, Vidisha constituencies

Both Guna and Vidisha are politically crucial constituencies in the state, and the party's choice of candidates is expected to influence the electoral dynamics in these areas.

Edited By: Nitin Kumar @Niitz1 New Delhi Updated on: October 29, 2023 13:31 IST
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Image Source : PTI/FILE PHOTO Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan meets tribals during his campaign ahead of the State Assembly elections.

In a significant development ahead of the Madhya Pradesh State Assembly Elections, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has unveiled its candidates for the Guna (SC) and Vidisha constituencies. Panna Lal Shakya has been chosen to contest from the Guna (SC) constituency, while Mukesh Tondon will represent the party in the Vidisha constituency.

The announcement of these candidates reflects the BJP's strategy as it gears up for the upcoming elections in Madhya Pradesh. Both Guna and Vidisha are politically crucial constituencies in the state, and the party's choice of candidates is expected to influence the electoral dynamics in these areas.

Panna Lal Shakya's nomination from Guna (SC) constituency

Panna Lal Shakya, the BJP's nominee from the Guna (Scheduled Caste) constituency, brings a wealth of political experience to the table. His selection showcases the party's commitment to representing the interests and aspirations of the SC community in Madhya Pradesh. Shakya's campaign is likely to focus on development, inclusivity, and welfare measures that cater to the specific needs of the Scheduled Caste population in the region.

Mukesh Tondon to contest from Vidisha Constituency

In the Vidisha constituency, the BJP has fielded Mukesh Tondon, a seasoned politician who is expected to rally the party's base in the region. Vidisha holds historical and political significance in the state, and Tondon's nomination is expected to intensify the competition in this constituency.

Both candidates will now embark on rigorous campaigns to connect with the electorate, understand their concerns, and present the party's vision and policies to address the challenges faced by the people of Guna (SC) and Vidisha.

The announcement of these candidates by the BJP has set the stage for an intense electoral battle in Madhya Pradesh. As the election dates draw nearer, political parties across the state will be working tirelessly to secure the trust and votes of the electorate.

Madhya Pradesh is set to witness an electoral contest that will shape the state's political landscape for the foreseeable future. The outcome in Guna (SC) and Vidisha, along with other constituencies, will determine the composition of the state assembly and the leadership that will guide Madhya Pradesh's path forward.

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