SCINDIA RISING IN BJP'S SCHEME OF THINGS IN MP
The Sunday Guardian|January 02, 2022
Out of the 25 appointments, seven are from the Scindia ‘camp’. The rest are seen as close to CM Chouhan. Some of the appointments came from the RSS quota.
ABHINANDAN MISHRA

Last week's appointment of BJP leaders in Madhya Pradesh to various corporations and boards has confirmed the ascendance of Union Civil Aviation Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia in the party's scheme of things in the state. These appointments, BJP leaders say, indicate the faith that the party leadership reposes in Scindia and also make it clear that it is grooming Scindia for a bigger role in the state's politics in the coming years, post the December 2023 Madhya Pradesh elections.

According to state and national leaders, these appointments have confirmed that Scindia is now the number two in the BJP's hierarchy after party stalwart and Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan in Madhya Pradesh.

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