CHIEF MINISTER Shivraj Singh Chouhan said on Tuesday that the by-polls were a test for him as the entire country was looking forward to the results.
Addressing public meetings at Peekalwal and Bandravata in Vidisha Lok Sabha constituency in support of party nominee Rampal Singh, he said the election has provided a golden opportunity to the electorate to create a history. He said the BJP’s three-year rule has outshone Congress’ 50 years of rule in the state. In the past one year he has ensured a lot of development work in the constituency, he claimed.
Rampal Singh said if he elected, he would try his best to make the constituency an ideal one. State vice president Bhupendra Singh Thakur said that the party had given a boost to development in the constituency.
Meanwhile, the BJP has decided to send the Commercial Tax and Industries minister Babulal Gaur and his daughter-in-law Krishna Gaur to Bada Malehra on October 25 to woo the Yadav voters in particular.
The two would address several election meetings in the constituency.