Angry Scindia Camp In Delhi Over Photo Missing From BJP Election Chariots & Posters

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Upset Scindia Camp In Delhi Over Photo Missing Fro
Jyotiraditya Scindia, who switched from Congress to BJP, is being sidelined in the Madhya Pradesh bypolls on 28 assembly seats. The BJP has released a list of 30-star campaigners, in which Rajya Sabha MP Jyotiraditya Scindia is included on number 10 and Jyotiraditya Scindia’s pictures are also absent from the BJP digital chariots and posters.

In the poster, Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan and BJP State President VD Sharma have been kept on one side and BJP President JP Nadda and PM Modi on the other side. The chariot features LED, sound and video and will campaign in all 28 seats of the state.

Sources say Jyotiraditya Scindia is upset with the BJP about these two things and not only that, he left the State for a few days and started monitoring elections from his home in Delhi. After his move, there was a growing concern among his supporters about Scindia. Despite this, Scindia has started campaigning since the election is on the head.

Of the 28 assembly seats in Madhya Pradesh, 22 candidates are Scindia loyalists. He has influence over 16 seats of Gwalior-Chambal division, but despite this, his photo is still missing.

Congress has targeted Scindia for being sidelined by the BJP. Congress spokesperson Narendra Saluja said that not a single supporter of Scindia was included in the list of BJP's star campaigners, Scindia's own name is at number 10 and now his picture is also missing from the BJP digital chariots. He said that when Scindia was in Congress, the party made him the chairman of the election campaign committee.

But how much honour Scindia, who left the party for not getting respect in Congress, is getting in BJP can be seen now.

Jyotiraditya Scindia, who is angry with the Congress in Madhya Pradesh, stopped suppression of BJP in the month of March by leaving the Congress with its 22 MLAs and due to this, the Kamal Nath government of the Congress fell and Shivraj Singh Chauhan became a minister again. At the same time, voting will be held on 28 seats in the state on November 3 and this election will decide whether the BJP government in Madhya Pradesh will continue or the Congress will return.

Currently, the BJP has 104 MLAs in the MP Legislative Assembly and the Congress has 88 MLAs and the majority is 116 in the 230 member assembly and the BJP needs only 12 seats out of these 28 seats to save the government.

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