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‘Polls will be held under CM’s leadership’
Bikaner/Nagaur: Congress party’s senior observer for Rajasthan election Madhusudan Mistry has affirmed that the upcoming elections in Rajasthan will be conducted under the leadership of the Chief Minister.
He lauded the government’s efforts in addressing the needs of all sections of society and highlighted their commendable work.
“The Congress party will get a mandate once again in the upcoming elections. The government will repeat and youths will have participation but winnable candidates is our priority,” Mistry said.
He said that BJP tends to create chaos during elections while the Congress stands as the voice of the people.
Madhusudan Mistry and Amit Sihag also reached Nagaur Circuit House and took feedback regarding the upcoming Assembly elections. The leaders had a one to one conversation with PCC member Dr Sahdev Choudhary regarding Nagaur Assembly constituency. Dr Sahdev Choudhary informed them about the current situation of Nagaur Assembly along with a booth wise report. While speaking to reporters, Mistry said that their job is not to give tickets but to meet people. “We will meet people, workers, leaders and give our opinion to the high command. The tickets have to be decided by the party high command only. The winning and strongest candidate will be selected,” said Madhusudan Mistry.