Chhattisgarh elections: On the third front, Kya Bole Raman Singh, Kaun Banega Gamechanger?

Bilaspur: Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Raman Singh has admitted that in the current assembly elections, the votes will be split and the third front will play a big role. Dr. Singh, who arrived for election rally in Singhari village under Bellada constituency in Bilaspur district, said that the possibility of the effect of the Third Front can not be ruled out in this election. He however claimed that the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) will get 65 seats in this election and it will form the government for the fourth time in the state.

Raman talked about Congress
Taking a dig at Congress, Dr. Raman said, Congress is only working to spread rumor. The Congress has fought 28 elections in 2013, under Rahul Gandhi’s leadership, which has lost 27 in the elections. Gandhi had earlier been party vice president for the campaigning in 2013, when the Congress was defeated and this time it will be repeated.

What the Chief Minister said on the voters’ stand
The Chief Minister said that he has now visited 70 assembly segments and there is an atmosphere in favor of the BJP in the entire state, including Bilaspur division. It is notable that in the Bilaspur district, about four out of seven seats are in the triangular conflicts between the Congress, BJP and the Congress, Chhattisgarh (Jankh). Ajit Jogi, who is the chief and chief minister of Chhattisgarh, is contesting from Marwahi seat while his wife Renu Jogi is in the Kota constituency. In the same way, Santosh Sahu from Tilatpur seat is giving a tough fight to Mr Jogi’s old close aide Anil Tah and from Takhatpur constituency from Belar seat.