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BJP Infighting Erupts in Madhya Pradesh: Union Minister Targeted Over Ticket Dispute

Clashes and Accusations as Party Workers Divided Over Assembly Election Nominee

A fight broke out among BJP workers in Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh, over the party’s ticket for the upcoming assembly elections. Union Minister Bhupendra Yadav and his security guards were pushed and attacked by angry party workers. The incident happened after Abhilash Pandey, the former state president of BJP’s youth wing, was given the ticket.

Pandey’s rivals, who are supporters of former ministers Sharad Jain, Kamlesh Aggarwal, and Dheeraj Pateria, were unhappy with the decision. They stormed the BJP office and shouted slogans against the party state president, VD Sharma, and the party leadership. They accused them of favoring Pandey, who they claimed was an outsider.

They said that Pandey does not live in the assembly constituency where he is contesting. They said he lives in Jabalpur West, where MP Rakesh Singh is the candidate. They also said that Pandey was close to Sharma and that he was chosen over other deserving candidates.

Sources said that Pateria and Aggarwal were also hoping to get the ticket. Pateria was the former president of BJP’s youth wing, and Aggarwal was expected to be the candidate for mayor. They said they would not support Pandey in the elections.

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