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Will Mukesh Nayak be the Leader of Oppostion in MP Vidhan Sabha ?

Feb 21st, 2017 2:24 pm | By | Category: SPECIAL NEWS COVERAGE

Mukesh Nayak
(Exclusive) 21.02.2017, Bhopal.
Madhya Pradesh state Assembly which has a well settled ruling party from over a decade but when it comes for opposition there has been no name yet that left any impact in MP. Congress Party which is the opposition party in the assembly of MP is yet to sellect opposition leader in the assembly. In this entire sellection process Mukesh Nayak’s name seems as the front runner of Congress Party for the position of leader of opposition in Madhya Pradesh state Legislative Assembly. After the death of Satyadev Katare who was Leader of opposition in Madhya Pradesh state Legislative Assembly Congess party is yet to decide the leader of opposition as that the special ordinance session of MP assembly has started from 21 Februrary 2017. There are some other names liks Bala Bachchan and former Chief Minster of MP, Arnjun Singh’s son Ajay Singh are taking round in the corridors of Congress high command which is screening the candidates very closely as state of MP has to go for Vidhan Sabha elections in 2018. Therefore the responsiblity of leading the assembly as an opposition leader mainly lies on new selected leader who could give new dimension to congress party in partliamentary affairs and proceedings. Oppsition leader’s ability is judged by the masses and it’s message goes across the state. Mukesh Nayak’s candidature seems strong due to his strong background of last 20 years in the party. it’s a saga of those days when Nayak had successfully united and organised youth of MP in favour of congress party during his presidency of MP Youth Congress, Nayak was considered as leader of youth. but after Mukesh Nayak, MP never witnessed such strong organisation of youth with MPYC. Nayak also has been instrumental in taking new initiatives during the Digvijay Singh’s Govt wherein Nayak was Minister for Sports and Youth Affairs.

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