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Madhya Pradesh polls: 3 Union ministers and 3 MPs among 39 in BJP’s second list

IndiaTimes Tuesday, 26 September 2023
In an attempt to combat anti-incumbency and a resurgent Congress, the BJP is fielding several heavyweights in the upcoming Madhya Pradesh assembly election. The party has included six MPs, including three Union ministers, in its second list of candidates. The move has been criticized by the Congress, who claim it is a sign of desperation on the part of the BJP.
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