RSS Survey says BJP loosing Madhya Pradesh!

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Bhopal/Kolkata: Madhya Pradesh is all set to have assembly polls on November 28, 2018. This election is a crucial one and many believe that it decide the fate of Shivraj Singh Chouhan’s government. Chouhan is the longest serving Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh, and this election will decide whether he will return to power for the third time or go into oblivion like Digvijaya Singh. But, a letter, which mentions a survey done by Rastriya Sawaysewak Sangh (RSS) may give sleepless nights to Chouhan, if its true.

A letter bearing the signature of one Pramod Namdeo from the RSS addresses Rakesh Singh, Madhya Pradesh state president of Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP) states that a secret survey had been conducted between November 15 to 21 by the RSS and the result of this survey indicated that this election Congress would emerge as the winner.

Significantly, the survey also mentions that BJP will be bagging only 68 seats, while its arch-rival Congress will get 142 seats, which is way ahead of the majority mark required in Madhya Pradesh assembly.

The letter start with the message that, BJP’s condition in Ujjain area has suddenly gone worse, and in Gwalior, Rewa, Indore and central MP due to some mistakes in its ticket distribution it is going to setback for the party.

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The RSS letter viral on social media

The confidential letter also mentioned that the anti-incumbency wave against the present CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan has become very strong.

It also claimed that several rebel party leaders could also affect the party’s performance.

Significantly, the survey pointed out that the rallies by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Party National President Amit Shah is also having negative impact on the voters. And more than that, the work done by the RSS on ground level is also not being beneficial for the party.

The letter also said that Bahujan Samajwadi Party (BSP) and Samajwadi Party (SP) candidates are not helping BJP directly, so their performance will not benefit the saffron party.

However, RSS issued a letter and denied having conducted any such survey. They maintained that it was an act of some miscreants wanting to take political advantage.

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