These MLAs will reach Bhopal on August 18 i.e. today. These MLAs will be given training on August 19. After this, these MLAs will survey the assembly seats from 20 to 27 August.
230 BJP MLAs from four states will conduct the survey on the assembly seats of Madhya Pradesh. The states whose MLAs will conduct the survey in Madhya Pradesh include the MLAs of Uttar Pradesh, Gujarat, Maharashtra and Bihar. All these MLAs will reach Bhopal on 18th August. These MLAs will be given training on August 19. After this training, these MLAs will prepare a panel of potential contenders by reaching all the 230 assembly seats in the state from August 20 to 27. The names included in the panel will be sent to the High Command. During this, the performance of the existing MLAs of the party will also be assessed.
In this way, each MLA from Uttar Pradesh, Gujarat, Maharashtra and Bihar will be given the task of surveying an assembly seat in Madhya Pradesh. Based on the report of these MLAs, not only will the ticket be decided, but it will also be decided how to contest the elections in that constituency. The BJP has kept this plan of the MLAs a secret for the time being. It has also been decided that which MLA has to survey which constituency.
BJP sources say that the entire strategy for elections in Madhya Pradesh is being chalked out under the supervision of Home Minister Amit Shah, work is being done accordingly. Getting the MLAs of other states to conduct such a survey is also a part of that. These expert MLAs will reach every assembly and find out the possibility of victory or defeat. These MLAs will tell the party what to do and what not to do.
MLAs from Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Gujarat and Maharashtra will be given special training in Bhopal on Saturday. National co-organization general secretary Shivprakash will be present in this. After the training session, these MLAs will leave for their respective constituencies on Sunday. There they will stay for a week. Whatever work these MLAs will do, it will be very secretive. They will not take the cooperation of local leaders in this work.