Minister Sushma Swaraj says, No anti-incumbency against BJP due to good governance under CM Chouhan
MP goes to polls on November 28, and counting of votes will be taken up on December 11.
"The BJP is not facing anti-incumbency in MP as the state government took decisions in public interest which quelled anti-incumbency," she said.
She also hit out at Congress chief Rahul Gandhi and claimed his "indecisive" leadership, ongoing it alone or forging poll alliances, had put his party in a "tight spot".
Swaraj dubbed Gandhi's visits to temples and homes of Dalits as politics of "appeasement".
She claimed the BJP had a clear vision in which Prime Minister Narendra Modi led at the national level and Chouhan was in the driver's seat in MP.
Swaraj is a Lok Sabha member from Vidisha in MP.
(With inputs from agencies.)
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