The most pressing stories from Madhya Pradesh, by our correspondent Anuraag Singh.
Madhya Pradesh Congress leaders unanimously decided to contest the 2023 Assembly polls in the state under the leadership of Kamal Nath.
Congress MLA Hina Kawre said the state government must electrify these villages with its own funds in case money from the Centre's electrification scheme was unavailable.
Gupta said that it is not expected from the political heirs of a man who took Rs 60 from the British as pension to respect Independence.
In the 2018 Assembly polls, the Congress had managed to unseat the BJP but a rebellion by MLAs close to Jyotiraditya Scindia brought down the Kamal Nath government in March last year.
Congress claimed the organisation won't be political but its members will be taught the history of the party and its association with the freedom struggle.
The CM, who is undoubtedly BJP's most popular face in the state after the Prime Minister Narendra Modi campaigned to the full against Nath, who not only joined the campaign trail late.
The rape accused son of a Madhya Pradesh Congress MLA continued to elude the police despite the reward on his arrest being increased from 15,000 to 25,000.
Major jolt to MP Congress in tribal bastion as ex-minister Sulochana Rawat, son join BJP ahead of by-poll
Sulochana Rawat was a minister in the Digvijaya Singh-led erstwhile Congress government in the state two decades back.
Shivraj Singh Chouhan govt to use battery of top advocates to get MP High Court’s nod for 27% OBC reservation
Importantly, all three BJP CMs in the state since 2003, including Shivraj Singh Chouhan, Uma Bharti and Babulal Gaur have been powerful OBC leaders.
A Congress leader, on condition of anonymity, told that the work of these 42 MLAs who are likely to renominated was found to be satisfactory.
Madhya Pradesh Congress' newly elected chief Kamal Nath today arrived here to formally take charge of the party in the state where the Assembly elections are due later this year.
After 15 years of self-imposed exile from Madhya Pradesh politics, Digvijay Singh to launch yatra from Ayodhya on May 1
The yatra which will start from Ram Raja Temple is also being seen as Congress brand of temple and soft Hindutva politics which was visible in other parts of the country also.
The Congress has been out of power in Madhya Pradesh for 14 years and hopes to capitalise on the huge anti-incumbency of the Shivraj Singh Chouhan government.
As Madhya Pradesh prepares for the year-end Assembly elections, Jyotiraditya Scindia tells Amit Agnihotri how a united Congress is certain to replace Chouhan’s BJP regime.