MP Election / Will win 150 seats in MP, Rahul's confidence high after Karnataka victory

Zoom News : May 29, 2023, 05:43 PM
MP Election: Monday was a day of meetings for the Congress party. In the coming days, the representatives of the states where assembly elections are to be held held a meeting with the central leadership in Delhi. The central leadership and office bearers also discussed about Madhya Pradesh in Delhi. Talking to the media after the meeting, Rahul Gandhi claimed that after Karnataka, now the Congress party is going to form the government in Madhya Pradesh with full majority.

Along with the victory of the party, Rahul Gandhi also predicted the number of seats it would get. Referring to the success achieved in the Karnataka elections, Rahul Gandhi said, “We had a long discussion. Our internal assessment is that we are going to get 150 seats in Madhya Pradesh. Rahul Gandhi further said that what has happened in Karnataka, we are going to repeat it in Madhya Pradesh.

Congress's confidence high after Karnataka

After the big victory in Karnataka, the confidence of the Congress party has increased a lot. Many leaders of the party in Madhya Pradesh have claimed that this time the Congress party will remain in Madhya Pradesh after a change of power. For this, they are also citing the recent survey. Although the claim of a bumper victory of 150 seats has been made so far only by the top leader of the party, Rahul Gandhi.

Congress had crossed the magic figure last time.

Assembly elections are to be held in Madhya Pradesh in the month of November-December this year. There are a total of 230 seats in the state, so the magic number of victory is 116. The Congress party had achieved this magical figure in the last assembly elections. The Congress government was also formed in the state under the leadership of Kamal Nath, but it did not last for five years. The Congress government fell after Jyotiraditya Scindia rebelled. Although the Congress party is claiming to win 150 seats this time. This time also the party is contesting elections in Madhya Pradesh under the leadership of Kamal Nath.