In an informal talk with reporters, the former chief minister said he had no plans to contest from Rajgarh, which is his hometown, as it has already been represented by Congress member.

To a query whether he will contest from Bellary in Karnataka if Sushma Swaraj enters the fray from there in 2014 polls, Digvijay replied in negative.

Digvijay clarified that though he was prepared to contest from Vidisha, nothing has been formalized yet and names of other constituencies are also doing round.

Swaraj had won the 2009 election to the 15th Lok Sabha from Vidisha by the margin of over 4,00,000 votes.

Digvijay also said that current Bhopal MP and former CM Kailash Joshi would not contest next year's general elections.


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