Sanchi, MP, Jan 8 (UNI) The BJP will fight assembly elections in Madhya Pradesh scheduled to take place next year under the leadership of Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan.
A proposal to this effect was passed unanimously during the two-day brainstorming session -- to evaluate the work done by the government in the state in the past four years -- that concluded here today.
The proposal asserted that unprecedented development work had been carried out under the leadership of Mr Chouhan. State incharge party general secretary Anant Kumar Singh and BJP organisational general secretary Ramlal were also present.
After the meeting concluded, state BJP President Narendra Singh Tomar said a nine-member committee had been formed to look into works carried out by the government in the past four years. The committee would submit its report by January 15.
The committee included MPs Thawarchand Gehlot, Nandkumar Chouhan and Maya Singh, former union minister Faggan Singh Kulaste, state ministers Himmat Kothari, Ajay Vishnoi, Raghunandan Sharma and Akhandpratap Singh.
On whether a committee had been formed in view of defeats of the party in recent bypolls, he said the committee would review overall performance of the party. However, he added that formation of the committee and other related aspects were inner matters of the party.
On whether the next assembly elections would be fought under 'Modi' pattern, Mr Tomar said situations were different in different states.
He alleged that the Centre was meting out stepmotherly treatment to Madhya Pradesh. A demonstration would be organised at block level across the state on January 30 against this.
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