Today, ex-Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has hinted at an “earlier than expected comeback” to power in Madhya Pradesh as newly-elected Chief Minister Kamal Nath-led Congress government may not last its full five years terms in the state, claims Mr. Chouhan.
Mr. Chouhan told the source that “Don’t worry about your future. Don’t be despondent over what will happen to you, for I will be back.”
As BJP workers shouted slogans of Mr. Chouhan’s return in 5-years term, the former Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh, who ruled the state for 15-years before being outset recently in a close contest in the Assembly Elections, commented in a Bollywood style that “Tiger Abhi Zinda hai.”
He continued, “Maybe it will not take an entire five years, maybe I will be back sooner than you expect.”
Out of 230-seats in Madhya Pradesh, Congress won 114-seats and BJP 109-seats.
Therefore, Congress managed 121-seats with the extended support of the BSP 2-seats, SP 1-seats, and Independents 4-seats backing.