Three states’ Kaun banega CM is similar to Kaun banega crorepati: The Bhupesh Baghel

Following Ashok Gehlot, Bhupesh Baghel of the Congress poked fun at the BJP for taking so long to choose the chief ministers of Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, and Chhattisgarh.

Bhupesh Baghel, the acting chief minister of Chhattisgarh, stated on Saturday that the election result has made the question of who would lead Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, and Chhattisgarh after the BJP wins as suspenseful as “Kaun banega crorepati.” Amitabh Bachchan serves as the anchor of the reality game show Kaun Banega Cropati.

On December 3, the election results for the four states of Telangana, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, and Chhattisgarh were announced. In the Hindi heartland, the BJP won three states, while the Congress prevailed in Telangana. On December 7, Revanth Reddy was sworn in as Telangana’s chief minister. With the ministers having received their ministries, his cabinet is likewise prepared. Amidst intense negotiations, the BJP has refrained from revealing the names of the chief ministers in the three states. In three states, observers have been selected to begin the process of choosing the legislative party leaders. Rajasthan observers include senior Rajya Sabha MP Saroj Pande, general secretary of the party Vinod Tadwe, and union minister Rajnath Singh. Asha Lakra, Rajya Sabha MP K Laxman, and Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar are with Madhya Pradesh. Along with Dushyany Gautam, the party general secretary, Arjun Munda, Sarbanand Sonowal, and Sonowal make up the Chhattisgarh team. The former chief minister Vasundhara Raje’s name is being floated as one of the potential candidates, but what’s being watched most in Rajasthan is her son Dushyant Singh, an MP, who has been charged with escorting BJP MLAs to a resort.

The Karni Sena chairman Sukhdev Singh Gogamedi was killed in broad daylight in Rajasthan, a state without a chief minister at the moment. In the absence of a chief minister, Ashok Gehlot, the caretaker chief minister of Rajasthan, stated that he was forced to sign a “no objection” form to an NIA investigation into the issue. “In this party, discipline does not exist. I’m not sure what accusations they would have made against us and how they would have misled people if we had followed suit. The polls were polarised by them. We’ll work with the incoming administration,” Gehlot declared. The BJP and the Congress engaged in a verbal spat over the three states’ chief ministers being named later than expected. Anurag Thakur, a union minister, stated that the names will be made public on Monday. “On Monday, we shall grant Ashok Gehlotji’s wish. During his five years in power, corruption, nepotism, and internal strife were all present in Rajasthan. Now he ought to sit quietly,” Thakur remarked.

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