The current BJP Chief minister of Madhya Pradesh Shivraj Chauhan has said that BJP will not be seeking permission to form the government in the state. There are many reasons cited behind the changeover from BJP. The results of Madhya Pradesh state assembly elections have come across as a huge shocker in the political fraternity, and for Madhya Pradesh with a total of 230 constituencies, 116 seats are required for majority.
With the results being declared, none of the parties got majority as Congress got 114 seats and BJP had won in 109 constituencies. It was said that Congress will be meeting the governor to form the government and they have Bahujan Samaj party support as well. Governor Anandiben Patel had also invited Congress to form government.
While it was expected that BJP will try to join other parties and try to form government, chief minister Shivraj Chauhan said that BJP is not going to try to form government and that he'll be resigning.
Actor Ajith pens to his Fans to concentrate in Studies According to report popular Tamil actor Ajith Kumar announced that he doesn't wish to pursue politics. Meanwhile in an open letter, the actor shared that he's not entering politics further appealing to students to concentrate on their studies. Furthermore shutting down the numerous rumors doing the rounds regarding his political inclination in the upcoming elections, Ajith clarified in
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