According to observers, the bharatiya janata party (BJP) won a landslide victory in Madhya Pradesh, owing mostly to prime minister Narendra Modi's assurances and chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan's impassioned appeal to "sisters" (women voters). After joining the bjp with 22 congress MLAs and veteran leader Jyotiraditya Scindia in 2020, chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan made at least 2,900 announcements.

Chouhan made the first major announcement after taking office, adding 4,000 to the central sum of 6,000 under the PM Kisan Samman nidhi as extra state support, which was increased to 6,000 yearly beginning this year. "The ₹12,000 made a high impact among voters but the scheme that became a milestone for the bjp to turn the election in its favour was Ladli Behna," a high-ranking bjp official remarked.

The Ladli Behna initiative provides women with $1,250 each month, and the cm has vowed to boost it to $3,000. He has not, however, specified a timeline. On Sunday, bjp officials attributed the election triumph on the plan, which has more than 13 million beneficiaries. Chouhan expressed gratitude for Ladli Behnas' blessings, election management by Union home minister amit shah, and prime minister Narendra Modi's assurances of victory.

"The BJP's victory with such a large majority is a blessing and love from my sisters." The central leadership's administration and advice, as well as the assurances of prime minister Narendra Modi to better people's lives, won it for us," the cm remarked. Along with the Ladli Behna plan, the cm also announced a reduction in LPG rates to 450 per cylinder, 100 units of power for 100, and special financial support to women in Sehariya, Baiga, and Bharia.

On november 17, 20.67 million of the 27.1 million registered voters cast ballots. According to political observers, these assistance packages persuaded women and farmers to vote for the BJP. On november 17, 20.67 million of the 27.1 million registered voters cast ballots. According to political observers, these assistance packages persuaded women and farmers to vote for the BJP.

"Women recipients received $1,250, and farmer voters received $10,000 just days before voting." "This direct benefit in the accounts of beneficiaries played an important role in the BJP's victory," girija Shankar said, adding that these initiatives halted the anti-incumbency wave that was prevalent in june of this year.



"Women recipients received $1,250, and farmer voters received $10,000 just days before voting." "This direct benefit in the accounts of beneficiaries played an important role in the BJP's victory," girija Shankar said, adding that these initiatives halted the anti-incumbency wave that was prevalent in june of this year.






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