"By levelling shallow allegations, if Modi, who believes in violence and not in humility, thinks that BJP would come to power, he is mistaken. Voters have already taught them a lesson twice, first in 2004 and in 2008," Chaturvedi told reporters at his residence.
The senior Congress leader termed poll surveys predicting doom for Congress as incorrect and "totally sponsored." Chaturvedi, who has dropped hints on a number of occasions in the past regarding Union Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia as the future Chief Minister of MP, said the Chief Minister would be selected by elected MLAs.
He said dissidence is more in ruling BJP than in Congress and also expressed confidence that rebels who have filed their nominations against official Congress candidates would withdraw from the fray by Monday.
Appealing to the rebels to work for a Congress victory in the coming assembly polls, Chaturvedi said even his son was not fielded by Congress and that the party is bigger than any individual.


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