(Madhya Pradesh): Bhartiya Janshakti Party (BJS) national president Uma
Bharti has finally decided to be part of the race.
She today filed the nomination for the
November 27 Madhya Pradesh Assembly polls from her home district Tikamgarh seat.
According to the ‘firebrand’ leader,
“I have decided to fight the elections for the people of Tikamgarh”.
Bharti will take on BJP's controversial
minister Akhand Pratap Singh Yadav and Congress Party's Yadvendra Singh for the
If Akhand Pratap wins, he might be a
trouble for the Chief Minister, Shivraj Singh Chauhan. But in case he loses, it
will be a “shame” for the party to lose out to Uma Bharti.
So the fight becomes extremely
interesting for the BJP no matter it loses or wins the game.