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After the Congress' downfall, Kamal Nath engaged with CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan in Madhya Pradesh.

  • Posted on December 4, 2023
  • Politics

In Madhya Pradesh, Kamal Nath of Congress met CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan following the party's electoral loss. Chouhan's strategies, especially the 'Ladli Behna' scheme, contributed to BJP's sweeping victory. With Chouhan's astute leadership, the BJP secured 163 seats, reshaping the state's political landscape.

After the Congress' downfall, Kamal Nath engaged with CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan in Madhya Pradesh. Image Source

Madhya Pradesh witnessed a crucial meeting between Kamal Nath and Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan after Congress' defeat in the state elections. The Congress' resounding failure, securing only 67 seats against BJP's massive victory with 163 seats, prompted Nath's meeting with Chouhan. This political interaction holds significance as both leaders strategize to comprehend and respond to the implications of the electoral outcome.

Shivraj Singh Chouhan hailed as the linchpin behind BJP's triumph in Madhya Pradesh, displayed exceptional political acumen. Known as "mama" and 'paon-paon wale bhaiya' (foot soldier), Chouhan's meticulous strategies significantly contributed to BJP's landslide win. Despite the absence of a public projection as the Chief Ministerial face, Chouhan's game-changing initiatives, like the 'Ladli Behna' scheme, combated anti-incumbency and propelled the BJP to success.

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Chouhan, assuming office at 46 in 2005, now secures his fourth term as Chief Minister. His return to power in March 2020 followed the collapse of the Congress government, orchestrated by Jyotiraditya Scindia and his loyal MLAs. The central leadership's confidence in Chouhan despite the 2018 polls' narrow defeat underscores his political stature.

Chouhan's image as a family-oriented, humble leader resonated well with the electorate. Campaigning as a man of the people, his promises of further development and populist welfare schemes, particularly for women, struck a chord. The 'Ladli Behna' scheme, offering financial aid to eligible women, played a pivotal role in the electoral narrative, cementing Chouhan's position as a key figure in the BJP's victory in Madhya Pradesh.

This meeting between Nath and Chouhan reflects the dynamic landscape of Madhya Pradesh's politics and the intricate strategies at play, underscoring the BJP's dominance in the state.

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