Lok Sabha elections: Waiver of agricultural loans as a deciding factor in Madhya Pradesh?

BHOPAL: With A 9% Increase In Round-1 Voting Setting The Tone In Madhya Pradesh, A Spicy Contest Is Expected In Each Of The Seven Seats In Today's Voting ' S. All Seven Won In 2014 Won By BJP Lok Sabha Elections When The Saffron Feast Prepared The Modi Wave.

What Makes This Phase Interesting Is That It Is Spread Over Three Regions - Vindhyachal (Satna And Rewa), (Tikamgarh, Damoh And Khajuraho) And (Hoshangabad And Betul) - Each With Its Own Electoral Dynamics.

The Contest Is A Moment, With The Congress Government In The State Banking On Its Farm Loan Waiver Scheme. In The 2018 Assembly Elections, BJP Suffered Setbacks In Hoshangabad, Betul And Damoh, Where It Lost Three Seats Each. It Was Congress ' Promise To Waive Farm Loans That Proved To Be A Game Changer. CM Kamal Nath Has Announced Nearly Half Of The Beneficiaries Have Got The Money In Their Accounts And The Rest Will Get It After The Lok Sabha Polls Are Over. The Congress Is Confident That The Loan Will Go In Its Favor.

The Tribul-dominated Betul Seat Is On Its Way To One Of The Most Interesting Competitions. BJP ' S Durgadas Uike, An RSS Man, And Congressional Youth Worker Ramu Tekam - Selected By Kamal Nath - Equal Aligned. In Tikamgarh, An SC-reserved Constituency, BJP Nominated And Foreign Minister Virendra Kumar Khateek Is Dimpled Against Congress's Newcomer Kiran Ahirwar. Khateek Is Faced With Opposition From Inside. The BJP Leadership Ousted De Rebel, The Former MLA R D Prajapati, But Disputes Khajuraho As An SP Candidate.