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Shivraj’s big pledge: The Chief Minister said- Now before every speech, I will sit on my knees and bow to the people, Madhya Pradesh is my temple & public God

Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan has now taken a big pledge in the matter of sitting on his knees in Suwasra of Mandsaur two days ago during the by-election in Madhya Pradesh. He said that I want to tell him, now before every speech I will sit on my knee and bow to the public. Madhya Pradesh is my temple and people are my God.

Shivraj further said – If the Congress has not done any development, then how will we talk about development. I do not just walk with coconut. Burst it so that the development work of the people can begin. He said this during the program of giving ownership of his house in the village to the villagers under the Prime Minister’s Proprietorship Scheme. He joined it online. On Sunday, the Prime Minister got the villagers of Sehore, Harda and Dindori in the country as well as their house documents.

On this occasion, Shivraj said that the ownership scheme will directly benefit the beneficiaries. The Prime Minister has given another big gift to farmers and villagers. Families will also be able to take loans from the bank on paper guarantee. We did a fast construction work during the Corona era. Now the Ganges of development will flow in the villages. Congress did nothing, if we work for public development, then we comment on it.Shivraj said on the charge of the Congress coming on its knees – we have sanskars. The task of the Congress is to bow down before the public and crush it. It is a matter of rituals.

Kamal Nath commented a day before..

Shivraj’s response came a day after Kamal Nath commented on his photo. Kamal Nath had pointed out that if public interest is paramount for the leaders, then they do not have to kneel. Kamal Nath wrote that if the leaders do not show false dreams, false sabbagh to the public, do not make false declarations, do not break false electoral coconuts, fulfill their promises made to the public as a promise then they will not have to sit on their knees.

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Coconut Is In Our Culture: Shivraj Singh Chauhan Hits Back At Kamal Nath

Chief Minister’s remark comes in response to Kamal Nath, who had taunted him for carrying coconut


Hitting back at Congress leader Kamal Nath over his coconut remark, Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan on Saturday said that the opposition is commenting on such things because they have nothing else.

“Coconut is in our culture. It is a symbol of purity and service. I carry a coconut and not a bottle of champagne. We have restarted the development work that Kamal Nath and the Congress government had stalled,” Mr Chauhan told ANI.

The Chief Minister’s remark comes in response to Kamal Nath, who had recently taunted Mr Chauhan for carrying a coconut with him saying, “(Mr) Chauhan carries around a coconut with him, breaks it, and makes a new announcement wherever he gets a chance.”

“We recently inaugurated 13000 new roads that were made during the COVID-19 pandemic. They used to complain that they don’t have any money. Now, that we are doing developmental work, they are having a problem with that and are objecting to me carrying a coconut,” Mr Chauhan said.

Shivraj Singh Chouhan had yesterday accused former Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Kamal Nath of turning the state into a centre for corruption and middlemen, and claimed that nothing was being done in the state without bribing some official.

The heated exchange of allegations in the state comes in view of the upcoming by-polls on 28 assembly seats in Madhya Pradesh on November 3. The results will be declared on November 10.

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Kamal Nath Distributed Fake Certificates Of Loan Waiver To Farmers: Shivraj Singh Chouhan

On Sunday, Shivraj Singh Chouhan had termed Kamal Nath and Digvijaya Singh as “modern thugs” (File)


Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan on Monday slammed Congress leaders Kamal Nath and Digvijay Singh and accused them of duping them over the issue of loan waiver.

Shivraj Chouhan made these remarks during a public rally in Bhind, in the presence of party leader Uma Bharti.

“Kamal Nath gave fake certificates to the farmers that their loan was waived off. Kamal Nath, you have distributed fake certificates. And, don’t even talk about Digvijay Singh. He is also fake,” CM Chauhan said.

“Our government is for the welfare of the poor and the development of the state,” he added.

Praising fellow party leader Uma Bharti, he said, “although Atma Nirbhar Bharat is Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s vision but we will not be able to complete it without with you.”

On Sunday, Shivraj Singh Chouhan had termed Kamal Nath and Digvijaya Singh as “modern thugs” and alleged that they pocketed money from the state’s budget.

“They made new records in corruption, pocketed money from the budget of the state, pocketed the money that was to be used for development. They pocketed the Rs 2,200 Crores premium of Kisan Fasal Bima Yojana. Kamal Nath and Digvijaya Singh are modern thugs,” Mr Chouhan said while addressing a public rally.

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Shivraj singh Chouhan Corona positive : You joked about Corona, now you are positive. Get well soon said Kamal Nath

Addressing his tweets to Shivraj Chouhan, Kamal Nath said had he followed safety protocols and not joked about coronavirus, he would have remained safe today.

Senior Congress leader and former Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Kamal Nath today said he is sad to hear that CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan has tested positive for coronavirus, but this could have been avoided had he not joked about the pandemic and taken it seriously.

In a series of tweets, Kamal Nath said, “Shivraj ji, I am quite pained to hear that you have tested positive for coronavirus. I pray that you recover at the earliest. But I regret that when we (Congress) were serious about Covid-19, you said we were creating a drama and that it was a ploy to save the Congress government.”

Kamal Nath’s tweets came hours after new broke out that Madhya Pradesh Shivraj Singh Chouhan has tested positive for coronavirus. Chouhan shared the news on Twitter in the morning. “I had symptoms of Covid-19. In the test report I was found positive. I appeal to all my colleagues that whoever has come in my contact to get tested for coronavirus. My close contacts should move to quarantine,” Shivraj Chouhan said in a tweet.

Addressing the tweets to Shivraj Singh Chouhan, Kamal Nath said from the beginning itself the Congress had been saying Covid-19 is a serious disease and one needs to be careful about it and follow all safety protocols.

“Perhaps even you could have protected yourself from Covid-19. Perhaps had you followed the protocols and not joked about it, you would have remained safe today. Whatever, I hope you recover soon and return to work.”

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Meanwhile, earlier in the day, Shivraj Chouhan in a tweet said he will be reviewing the status of coronavirus infection in Madhya Pradesh through video conferencing as much as possible.

He said in his absence, the meeting to review the coronavirus situation will be held by Home Minister Narottam Mishra, Urban Development and Administration Minister Bhupendra Singh, Medical Education Minister Vishwas Sarang and Health Minister Prabhuram Choudhary.

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MP Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan tests Corona positive, said- Those who come in contact should be quarantined

Symptoms of corona virus have also been found in Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan. Chauhan said, I was having symptoms of COVID19, after the test my report has come positive.

MP Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan tests Corona positive

Bhopal : Corona report of Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan has come positive. The Chief Minister has come positive in the Corona Test. He himself informed about this by tweeting. Recently, the people who have contacted Shivraj Chauhan, CM has appealed to him to get the corona test and go to Quarantine. Minister Narottam Mishra said, Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan will soon be admitted to Chirayu Hospital.

The Chief Minister wrote in his tweet, “My dear people, I was experiencing symptoms of Kovid-19, after the test my report has come up positive. I appeal to all my colleagues that whoever has come in contact with me, they can do their corona test Get it done. People close to me go to Quarantine. “

So far, 26,210 cases of corona have been reported in Madhya Pradesh. Of these, 7,553 are active cases, the remaining 17,866 people have recovered and gone home. Although 791 people lost their lives.

Nearly 1 lakh new cases were reported in India in 48 hours,
despite the strict security protocols implemented in the country for the last four months to prevent the outbreak of Kovid-19, the number of infected is seen increasing every day. A total of 48,916 new corono virus cases have been reported in the country on Saturday, while 49,310 infection cases were reported a day earlier. A total of 98,226 cases of infection have been reported in these 48 hours, which is around 1 lakh. In the last 24 hours, 787 people died due to infection in the country.

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At the same time, the government is also making vigorous efforts to come up with a vaccine for the prevention of novel corona virus, so that more people can be saved. Meanwhile, the authorities have started human trials of indigenous vaccines in six cities.

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Shivraj’s new ministers are taking oath, 11 Scindia supporters in cabinet

Shivraj Singh Chauhan’s cabinet is expanding in Madhya Pradesh. From now on, all ministers will take oath in Raj Bhavan.

The cabinet of the Bharatiya Janata Party government in Madhya Pradesh expanded today. Madhya Pradesh Governor Anandi Ben Patel administered the oath to the new ministers at Raj Bhavan. When Shivraj Singh Chauhan was sworn in as Chief Minister after the fall of Congress’s Kamal Nath government, only a few ministers were included in the cabinet. In such a situation, this is the first cabinet expansion after the formation of a new government, in which the impression of Jyotiraditya Scindia’s supporters in the BJP from the Congress was seen. Jyotiraditya Scindia himself was also present in the oath taking.\


Scindia supporters Tulsi Silavat and Govind Singh Rajput have already been inducted as cabinet ministers in the Shivraj government in April.

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What is number game?

The Madhya Pradesh Legislative Assembly has a total of 230 members. In this context, a maximum of 35 MLAs can be made ministers. A total of six members, including Shivraj, are in the cabinet.

Actually, the cabinet expansion was stalled due to several reasons. One was churning in the BJP, on the other hand, the health of Madhya Pradesh Governor Lalji Tandon was bad. Meanwhile, on Wednesday, Uttar Pradesh Governor Anandiben Patel has taken additional charge as the Governor of Madhya Pradesh.

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Madhya Pradesh cabinet expansion – here is the list of BJP and Scindia supporters to become minister today

Focus on Chambal-Gwalior, target of by-elections, know how Shivraj’s new cabinet will be

About 25 ministers can be sworn in at the Raj Bhavan in the Shivraj Cabinte extension in Madhya Pradesh on Thursday. This time the Gwalior-Chambal division will dominate the Shivraj cabinet, as 16 of the 24 seats in the by-elections are from this region. In such a situation can Shivraj Singh Chauhan give a chance to new faces and Scindia supporters instead of his old mentors?

The Shivraj government of Madhya Pradesh is going to extend the cabinet after its 100-day tenure. About 25 ministers can be sworn in at the Raj Bhavan on Thursday. This time the Gwalior-Chambal division will dominate the Shivraj cabinet, as 16 of the 24 seats in the by-elections are from this region. In such a situation, Shivraj Singh Chauhan can walk the gamut of political equations by making new faces and especially Scindia supporters as ministers instead of his old mentors.

Let me tell you that Jyotiraditya Scindia wrote a speech about the exit of the Kamal Nath-led Congress government in Madhya Pradesh. Along with Scindia, 22 Congress MLAs including six ministers resigned and joined the BJP. After this, a government is formed in Madhya Pradesh under the leadership of Shivraj Singh Chauhan. In such a situation, Scindia supporters are bound to dominate the Shivraj cabinet.

Scindia supporters Tulsi Silavat and Govind Singh Rajput have joined the Shivraj government as a cabinet minister in April itself. In the expansion to be held on Thursday, 7-8 more MLAs are expected to be made ministers from the Scindia camp. Among these, Pradyuman Singh Tomar, Imarti Devi, Mahendra Sisodia, Prabhuram Chaudhary, Rajyavardhan Singh Dattigaon, Edal Singh Kansana, Bisahu Lal Singh and Hardeep Singh Dang are expected to become ministers.

Actually, the new stronghold of BJP in Madhya Pradesh has become Gwalior-Chambal division. Veteran leaders like BJP’s Union Minister Narendra Singh Tomar and Narottam Mishra were already there and now Jyotiraditya Scindia has also been entered. There is a by-election in the assembly seats of this area. In such a situation, Shivraj’s special focus will be on this area, because this time the number of MLAs is on the game border. In such a by-election, it is considered very important.

If Shivraj joins the new face in the cabinet, then many old and veteran leaders may have to be deprived of becoming a minister, because only 35 ministers can be appointed in Shivraj cabinet. Six ministers including CM Shivraj are already in the cabinet. In this way 29 ministers can be appointed, out of which about 25 leaders will be sworn in as ministers on Thursday.

This time Shivraj Singh Chauhan can give a chance to a new face instead of old and veteran leaders in his cabinet. In the list of new faces, BJP’s ministers like Girish Gautam, Ramkhilavan Patel, Chetanya Kashyap, Mohan Yadav, Vishnu Khatri, Ramkishore Kanvere, Usha Thakur, Premsinh Patel, Arvind Bhadoria, Harishankar Khatik, Ashok Rohani, Dini Maravi and Rameshwar Sharma are run.

At the same time, Bhupendra Singh, Gopal Bhargava and Vishwas Sarang, who were ministers in Shivraj Singh’s previous government, are being considered to be once again. Apart from these, there is every possibility of making Arvind Bhadoria and Chetan Kashyap as ministers. However, there is doubt as to whether ministers in the previous BJP government, Rampal Singh, Sanjay Pathak, Rajendra Shukla, Vijay Shah, Gourishankar Bisen, Paras Jain, Ajay Vishnoi, Surendra Patwa and Vishwas Sarang.

Usha Thakur’s name is in the forefront for the post of minister from Indore area. BJP MLA from Indore Ramesh Mendola and Malini Gaur have been discussed, while Tulsiram Silavat, a pro-Scindia supporter from this area, has already been given a place in the cabinet. In such a situation, it is to see who gets a chance from BJP leaders. At the same time, Mohan Yadav, Chetan Kashyap, Yashpal Singh Sisodia from Malwa Nimar Zone, Vijay Shah or Prem Singh Patel from tribal quota can also be made ministers.

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Names of Rameshwar Sharma from Bhopal, former minister Vishwas Sarang and Vishnu Khatri from SC quota, former minister Rampal Singh from Raisen are being named prominently. At the same time, along with former minister Gopal Bhargava from Bundelkhand, former home minister Bhupendra Singh, SC quota was also churned in the name of Harishankar Khatik. Any one of whom can get a chance, because Govind Singh Rajput, a pro-Scindia from this area, has already been given a place in the cabinet.

Arvind Bhadoria from Gwalior-Chambal, OBC along with Yashodhara Raje Scindia and Bharat Singh Kushwaha, a staunch supporter of Narendra Singh Tomar, are in the race for the post of minister. Rajendra Shukla or Girish Gautam can get a chance from such Vindhya region. Rajendra Shukla has been a minister before and is considered the Brahmin face of the party. However, Ramlallu Vaishya from OBC quota and Kunwar Singh Tekam from Dalit community are also in the race for the post of minister. With Mahakaushal, Shivraj can give chance to either Ashok Rohani or Ajay Vishnoi. Former ministers Sanjay Pathak, Gaurishankar Bisen and Devi Singh Syam from ST Kota are also among the contenders for the post of ministers.

The names of ministers who are coming forward

BJP MLA (16)
1 – Gopal Bhargava – Rahli
2 – Bhupendra Singh
3 – Vijay Shah – Harsud
4 – Jagdish Deora – Malhargarh
5 – Prem Singh Patel – Barwani
6 – Yashodhara Raje Scindia – Shivpuri
7 – Omprakash Sakhalecha – Javad
8 – Brijendra Pratap Singh
9 – Vishwas Sarang – Narela (Bhopal)
10 – Usha Thakur – Mhow
11 – Mohan Yadav – Ujjain South
12 – Arvind Bhadauria – Ater
13 – Bharat Singh Kushwaha – Gwalior Rural
14 – Inder Singh Parmar – Shujalpur
15 – Ram Khilayan Patel – Amarpatan
16 – Ram Kishore Kanwre-Balaghat

Sindhia supporters (9)
17 – Rajwardhan Singh Dattigaon –
18 – Praduman Singh Tomar
19 – Imarti Devi
20 – Mahendra Sisodia
21 – Giriraj Dandotia
22 – Suresh Dhakad
23 – OP S Bhadoria
24 – Prabhuram Chaudhary
25 – Brijendra Singh Yadav

From Congress to BJP (3)
26 – Bisahu Lal Singh
27 – Andal Singh Kansana
28 – Hardeep Singh Dung

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Shivraj Singh Chauhan said – Jawaharlal Nehru responsible for the conflict between India and China.

Along with this, he targeted Rahul Gandhi and said that his statement is dropping the morale of the army. He said that the Indian Army has taught China a tough lesson.

Raipur:  Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan alleged that the then Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru and the Congress were responsible for the border conflict between India and China. He targeted the Congress for allegedly receiving donations by the Rajiv Gandhi Foundation (RGF) and accused former party president Rahul Gandhi of demoralizing the army with his statements.

Chouhan was addressing BJP workers in Chhattisgarh

On Sunday, Chauhan said, “No Prime Minister of the Congress Party ever dared to build a road on the Indian side adjacent to China.” Why is China frustrated now? ”He said while addressing BJP workers from Bhopal to Chhattisgarh through an online rally,“ This is because the Narendra Modi government has built roads on the borders. China is disappointed because it is thinking that if India continues, it will be the only country in the world that can defeat them.

If 130 crore people show their resolve, China will be destroyed – Shivraj Singh Chauhan

The Chief Minister warned China to bear the consequences for taking action against India. He said, “China beware. You (China) cannot do any harm to India, but if 130 crore people of this country (show your resolve), China will be devastated and ruined. “He said,” India is now being led by Narendra Modi. Our Prime Minister has clearly said that we never provoke anyone, but if someone provokes us, we will not compromise.

‘Our army has taught China a hard lesson’

Shivraj Singh Chauhan said, “The soldiers of our army have taught China a hard lesson and have given a befitting reply to the Chinese soldiers (in Galvan Valley). I bow my head to my brave soldiers who have sacrificed their lives. “He said,” Remember the days when China used to show India its eyes (aggression) while Pakistan, Sri Lanka and other small countries gave us Used to threaten Have the Congressmen forgotten who gave the slogan ‘Hindi-Chini Bhai Bhai’ in this country?

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‘It was the Congress that gave rise to the India-China conflict’

With this, he said, “Nehru ji raised slogans but did not know when China entered our borders (in 1962)”. He alleged that it was the Congress that gave rise to the Indo-China conflict. . He said, “Modi ji will now find a permanent solution to this”. In 2005-06, the Congress targeted the Congress for allegations of funds received by RGF from China.

Congress should apologize to the country- Shivraj Singh Chauhan

Shivraj Singh Chauhan said, “Sonia Gandhi ji should clarify the relationship of Congress with China … Due to a mistake made by a family, China occupied 43,000 square kilometers of land in India. The Congress should apologize to the country for this, ”he said. Taking a dig at Rahul Gandhi, he said that his statements on the India-China border conflict were deteriorating the morale of the army.

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In controversial Viral Audio Clip, BJP Link To Fall Of Kamal Nath Government

Along with Mr Scindia, 22 of his loyalists walked out and joined the BJP, leaving the Congress — which had a wafer thin majority in assembly to start with — woefully short.


The Congress government in Madhya Pradesh was pulled down by the BJP’s central leaders — an audio clip where Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan is purportedly heard making this claim, is being widely circulated in Madhya Pradesh. The BJP has so far vehemently denied Congress allegations of complicity in the collapse of the Madhya Pradesh government, which took place in March. Mr Chouhan — the three-time BJP Chief Minster who lost his job after the Congress victory in the assembly elections — has been among the loudest in his denials.

Now, for the first time, the Chief Minister is purportedly heard saying, “It was the central leadership which had decided that government will be dislodged, else it would ruin everything”.

“Tell me, was it possible to dislodge the government without Jyotiraditya Scindia and Tulsi Silawat? There was no other way.” he is heard saying during the address to party workers at Indore’s Sanwer assembly segment, where he visited yesterday.

NDTV cannot vouch for the authenticity of the audio clip.

The Tulsi referred to in the audio clip is the Tulsi Silawat, a Jyotiraditya Scindia loyalist and former Congress minister, who joined BJP along with him.  

It was changing of camp by Mr Scindia — whose father Madhavrao Scindia was close to Indira and Rajiv Gandhi — that brought the government of Kamal Nath tumbling down.

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Along with Mr Scindia, 22 of his loyalists walked out and joined the BJP,  leaving the Congress — which had a wafer thin majority in assembly to start with — woefully short.

Ten days later, on March 20, just before a floor test in the assembly, Kamal Nath stepped down bringing an end to the 15-month-old Congress government in the state.

Responding to Mr Chouhan’s comment, Congress leader Narendra Saluja said: “Shivraj Singh Chouhan has himself spoken the truth, that the BJP was instrumental in pulling the Kamal Nath government with the help of Jyotiraditya Scindia and loyalists. Chouhan’s statement in Indore has also unraveled another truth that it was BJP’s central leadership which had decided to dislodge the Congress government in Madhya Pradesh”.

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The Election Commission is yet to announce the dates of the by-elections in the state, which are expected around September.

The 230-member Madhya Pradesh assembly currently has 206 members, of which 107 are from the BJP. The Congress has 92 members. Four independents, one Samajwadi Party and three BSP MLAs are supporting the BJP government. The present majority mark is 104.

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Madhya pradesh : 5 ministers, 5 societies, understand the caste equation of Shivraj’s new cabinet

Five ministers in Shivraj Singh Chauhan’s cabinet will administer oath to Governor Lalji Tandon at Raj Bhavan in Bhopal. CM Shivraj Singh Chauhan has also tried to address the caste and regional equation by representing ministers from five different communities of Madhya Pradesh.

The Madhya Pradesh cabinet is going to be constituted today on Tuesday, 29 days after the oath of Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan. Five ministers of Shivraj’s cabinet will be administered oath by Governor Lalji Tandon at Raj Bhavan in Bhopal. CM Shivraj Singh Chauhan has also made an effort to address the caste and regional equations by representing ministers from five different communities of Madhya Pradesh.

In the midst of the Corona crisis in Madhya Pradesh, five ministers of the Shivraj government will administer the oath with simplicity to Governor Lalji Tandon Raj Bhavan at 12:00 noon. The cabinet currently includes the names of Dr. Narottam Mishra, Kamal Patel and Meena Singh, besides Tulsiram Silavat and Govind Singh Rajput.

Presently, the form of Shivraj’s cabinet is being kept small in Madhya Pradesh, but the ethnic and social equation has been taken full care of. Meena Singh is being included as a representation of women-tribal class in these. Coming from the OBC category, Kamal Patel is being made a minister, who comes from the Kurmi community.

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Tulsiram Silavat coming from the scheduled caste category is getting a place in the Shivraj cabinet. Silavat was the health minister in the Kamal Nath government and is considered close to Jyotiraditya Scindia, who rebelled from the Congress and joined the BJP and is now being inducted into the cabinet. Govind Singh Rajput is getting a place in the cabinet as a representation of the general class Rajput community. Govind Singh Rajput is also considered a supporter of Scindia and was the Transport Minister in the Kamal Nath government.

Narottam Mishra is being given a place in the cabinet as a Brahmin face from the general category. Mishra is considered a veteran BJP leader in Madhya Pradesh. Narottam Mishra has played a very important role in Kamal Nath government’s departure from power and BJP’s return, due to which he was also considered in the race of Chief Minister. He is considered very close to Shivraj, due to which there will be a considerable interference in the government.

Jyotiraditya Scindia left the Congress and joined the BJP after differences with Kamal Nath and former CM Digvijay Singh. 22 pro-Scindia MLAs also resigned from the Congress, including 6 cabinet ministers. Due to this, Kamal Nath’s departure from power and Shivraj Singh Chauhan was crowned. This is the reason why two of Scindia’s supporters are also being included in the Shivraj cabinet.

Let us know that Shivraj Singh Chauhan, who took oath as Chief Minister on March 23 amid Corona crisis, has completed his 29-day term. For so long, Shivraj Singh Chauhan has been running the government alone, due to which the opposition was constantly raising questions. The Congress had termed the two ordinances recently passed by the Shivraj government unconstitutional. In this regard, Congress Rajya Sabha members and senior advocates Vivek Tankha and Kapil Sibal had written to the President accusing him of working by Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan without cabinet.