Bhopal: Congress General Secretary and Madhya Pradesh in charge, BK Hariprasad said that party will project no leader as the chief ministerial candidate in the state during the next Assembly polls.

Unveiling the party programmes on Wednesday, Hariprasad said, “The party workers have been assigned to the responsibilities under which block level meeting will be organized in every assembly constituency.

The MP Congress Committee president and the Leader of Opposition in the Assembly will launch Parivartan Yatra from April and visit every Assembly segment, added Hariprasad.

It will be mandatory for all the office bearers to participate in these programmes, added the Congress leader. On being asked about probable Congress contenders for the chief ministerial post, Hariprasad said that generally the party doesn’t project any leader as CM candidate in assembly polls.

The MP Congress in charge said that Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan makes hollow claim of development in the state.

Interestingly, Congress has been out of power in key state for the last one decade. In 2003, Uma Bharti stormed to power in Madhya Pradesh, forcing Congress leader Digvijay Singh to vow to stay away from electoral politics for the next 10 years.


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