Recently Prime Minister Modi announced in a rally in Betul, Madhya Pradesh, that the Congress has already acknowledged its defeat in the upcoming State Assembly Elections. He asserted that certain Congress leaders are refraining from public appearances and that the party is now relying on luck, having realized that their false promises are ineffective in the face of Modi’s assurances.
The Prime Minister emphasized that the purpose of the election is to prevent Congress’s corruption and plunder from affecting Madhya Pradesh’s treasury. He cautioned the public about Congress’s history of bringing destruction wherever they go and reiterated that the election is a crucial step in safeguarding the state from their actions.
According to PM Modi, he received a comprehensive report from Madhya Pradesh, indicating that Congress has conceded defeat and is now banking on luck as the November 17 election date approaches. He highlighted the trust and affection the people of Madhya Pradesh have for the BJP, emphasizing accomplishments like the abrogation of Article 370 in Jammu and Kashmir and the construction of the Ram temple.
PM Modi announced the conclusion of his election campaign on November 15, with plans to celebrate the birth anniversary of Birsa Munda in Jharkhand. He assured the crowd that all promises made during the campaign would be fulfilled, urging them to spread the message that Modi had visited their area.
Madhya Pradesh is scheduled to hold elections on November 17, with vote counting set for December 3. The state has 230 Assembly constituencies, and in the 2018 elections, Congress won 114 seats with a 40.89% vote share. In the upcoming elections, BJP securing 109 seats with a 41.02% vote share, later formed the government with Shivraj Singh Chouhan as Chief Minister after Jyotiraditya Scindia and 22 MLAs switched allegiance to the BJP in 2020.