New Delhi. Although the by-election of an assembly constituency does not have much political significance, but the by-election in Jhabua, Madhya Pradesh, has a big message hidden because this election where the litmus of the functioning of the nine-month-old Kamal Nath government If there is a test, then there can be a break on the speculation about the future of the government. Elections are going to be held on October 21 in Jhabua. In winning this election, the ruling party Congress and the opposition BJP have started putting full emphasis. While state Chief Minister Kamal Nath has held a meeting and road show for Congress candidate Kantilal Bhuria, BJP state president Rakesh Singh and former Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan are going to push for their candidate Bhanu Bhuria.
This election is more important for the Congress as it does not have an absolute majority in the Assembly. Out of 230 assembly seats in the state, Congress has 114 and BJP 108 seats. The current Kamal Nath government is running with the support of Samajwadi Party, Bahujan Samaj Party and Independent MLAs. By winning this election, the position of Congress will be strengthened because its member count will increase to 115. On the other hand, the BJP is trying to beat the Congress in this election to show that the people of the state are not satisfied with the work of the state government.
Chief Minister Kamal Nath says, Congress government has fulfilled its promise as soon as it comes to power, there will be no jumle, what will be said will be fulfilled in reality. The last 15 years were ruled by the BJP government, whose leaders shone their faces just by making announcements and jumble. He said, the work that the BJP did not do in 15 years, will be done by the Congress government in 15 months, the last eight months testify to this fact. All the promises made before the elections, whether it is farm loan waiver, social security pension, have all been fulfilled.