Kamal Nath will be the Chief of the MP:- When Kamal Nath was made the state Congress chief in Madhya Pradesh eight months ago, many people in the party remembered that former prime minister Indira Gandhi considered her as her third son, who helped her in the fight against Morarji Desai in 1979. After 39 years, 72-year-old Kamal Nath has played a pivotal role in the Madhya Pradesh assembly elections for Indira’s grandson, Congress President Rahul Gandhi.
Kamal Nath will be the Chief of the MP, Contest not over in Rajasthan
Today, after meeting with two pairs of leaders fighting Rahul Gandhi for the top job, there is hope for meeting the Chief Minister in Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan today. Kamal Nath is likely to be named as the Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh, where the party won a narrow win in the state elections, which was emerging as the largest party, but with the support of Mayawati’s Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP), the majority Was touching.
Kamal Nath has made a strong fight against the public as a ‘maternal uncle’ and has kept Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan in Madhya Pradesh for the fourth consecutive term. With Jyotiraditya Scindia, Kamal Nath started working on rejuvenating the fate of opposition Congress in Madhya Pradesh. Kamal Nath is the strong candidate for the CM post, so there is high chances that Kamal Nath will be the Chief of the MP.
The party in the state is out of power since 2003. When a video of Kamal Nath was viral, BJP attacked him. In this video, he was seen asking the clerics to ensure 90 percent votes in the Muslim dominated area of the state to win the Congress.
In Rajasthan, Congress state chief Sachin Pilot and 67 times face two difficult times between Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot.
Sources say that veteran warrior Ashok Gehlot has emerged as the leading runner for party leaders who have been keeping an eye on the national elections of 2019, but Sachin Pilot has recharged Congress in Rajasthan in 2013 after his worst show in state elections. Was credited for doing so. Make a fight
Sources say that in the six-hour meeting, two-thirds of 99 newly elected Congress MPs in Rajasthan told the central leadership that they want 41-year-old state Congress chief Sachin Pilot.