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'Would Die... Won't Go To Delhi': Shivraj Chouhan Fuels Speculations on Political Future In Farewell

A day after submitting his resignation as the chief minister of Madhya Pradesh to make way for Bharatiya Janata Party’s new CM pick Mohan Yadav, Shivraj Chouhan clarified his plans for the future adding that he is not moving to Delhi for any new role.


Ever since the BJP announced that it would go for a change in old leadership, the questions about party stalwart Shivraj Chouhan’s future role in Madhya Pradesh politics have been on the fore. Experts believed that Chouhan would be brought to Delhi by central leadership for bigger roles in the Modi government.


Putting an end to such assumptions, Chouhan, while addressing the media said, “Apne liye kuchh maangne jaane se behtar, main marna samjhunga, Isiliye meine kaha tha main dilli nahi jaunga.”

Asked about his experience as the 4-term MP chief minister, Chouhan said he was happy and satisfied while leaving the office and nothing made him happier than the BJP coming into power with a thumping majority.



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